Double Indemnity (1944)
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Sex & Nudity
- Phyllis seen briefly, clad demurely in a towel. Otherwise her seductive affair with Walter Neff is all talk, mood, and innuendo.
- A scene of adultery is implied. A married woman visits another man's apartment. They embrace and kiss. The scene fades to a later moment where the man seated on a sofa, smoking, and the woman seated on the other end of the sofa, fixing her makeup.
Violence & Gore
- One man murders another with his bare hands, offscreen. Two people are shot at close range.
- Two characters discuss and plot another man's murder throughout the film.
- A woman describes her husband's physical abuse.
- A few "darns" but that's it.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Quite a bit of smoking, cigarettes, and cigars.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The overall mood of this film is very shady, dark, seductive, scheming, and dismal.