The Grand Budapest Hotel
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Sex & Nudity

There are black-and-white pictures of fully naked women on the walls of a jail cell (whilst the pictures are small, breasts are visible, but genitalia is obscured by shadows and pubic hair). Not graphic

An elderly man's bare butt is briefly seen when he is being hosed down.

Sexual dialogue is present, primarily through the use of euphemisms. A man uses a crude phrase to describe his lover's sexual prowess ("she was dynamite in the sack").

An erotic painting is hung in place of another painting.

A nude woman is shown waist up just for few seconds. Camera view is taken from far away.

Violence & Gore



A prisoner fatally stabs four prison guards and is himself killed in the struggle (mostly off-screen)

Many people get punched, often leading to bloody noses and bruises.

A shootout between many characters ensues; no one is visibly wounded.

Most violence and gore is comical rather than horrific.

Profanity

11 uses of fuck, some used sexually, six anatomical terms, 13 mild obscenities, six scatological terms, three homophobic terms, eight religious profanities, four religious exclamations.

Name-calling and several stereotypical references to ethnic groups.

People socially consume alcohol.

All violence is portrayed in a comedic tone (the movie is not dark)

13+

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MPAA:
Rated R for language, some sexual content and violence

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