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Nothing of a sexual nature. The male lead is seen with his trousers down in a few scenes when due to the gunshot wound he sustains, and once when he is about to inject himself.

Multiple people are shot dead or wounded throughout the movie. The scenes aren't too graphic, but blood is visible. A man is mauled to death by a dog. Another man is wounded with an arrow by a child. A woman tends to a gunshot wound on a man's upper leg; blood visible. A minor threatens to kill a man with a gun in her hand. She kills him in another scene by shooting him multiple times with a gun.

The b-word is used to in reference to a stepmother, and the w-word for a mother. The f-word is used once.

Alcohol is consumed in a few scenes. The male protagonist is a cocaine addict and injects himself on camera several times.

The female lead plays a minor who's targeted by assassins throughout the movie. She's kidnapped and held at gunpoint. The male lead also holds her at gunpoint, threatening to kill. In a later scene he teaches her how to load a gun and instructs her to shoot him. The female lead tries to to enlist a contract killer's services to kill the man responsible for her father's death. A young boy is made to call his mother a whore, and later shoots his father with an arrow.


MPAA:
Rated R for violence, drug use and language
Certification:
Singapore:NC16 / USA:R (certificate #50079)

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