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Narco Cultura
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Some erotic dancing in a nightclub.

A man is seen kissing a woman on a bed.

Numerous real-life crime scenes are seen throughout the film, either on camera or as photographs, dead bodies, people who have been shot, burned bodies, cars riddled with bullets, etc.

In one scene a massive amount of blood is seen being swept down a drain, where 5 or 6 people were killed.

In one particular scene, a photograph of a dismembered body is seen.

In one scene an action movie is being shot, with fake bullet wounds appearing as actors are 'shot'.

Infrequent, some strong.

The whole film is about drug culture in Mexico, so obviously there's a lot of discussion on drugs.

A man is seen smoking a joint.

The real-life crime scenes could be frightening for younger viewers.


MPAA:
Rated R for grisly graphic images of disturbing violent content, drug material, language and brief nudity.

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