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MPAA Rated R for disturbing and graphic depiction of war injuries, and for pervasive language

Sex & Nudity

  • Some sexual dialogue between the soldiers.
  • Near the beginning, a doctor is inspecting someone's 'crotch rot'. The camera exposes the soldier's backside, we briefly can see his testicles based on how close the camera is towards the soldier's buttocks.

Violence & Gore

  • When the soldiers are injured by landmines, the aftermath injury detail is extremely realistic, bloody and graphic. Nothing is left to the imagination. Missing limbs etc.
  • A gun fight occurs near the beginning, shown from a far distance and in night vision.
  • In one scene, after stepping on a mine, we see one finger missing and the other finger hanging by just skin. The man's leg is missing and shows the gruesome injury in detail with blood spurting out.
  • In another scene, after stepping on a mine, we see a man's foot blown off and a large hole in his other ankle and thigh. Still gruesome but less bloody.
  • A group of men are blown by a mine, mostly mild injuries. One man has a huge hole taken out from under his arm, probably the most gruesome and fatal of the injuries.
  • A man's lung had collapsed, we watch as a needle in inserted into his chest.
  • A mine explodes between two men, causing another man to completely lose his foot and another to have a hole in his wrist. Another person burns part of their lips off and another person in the chest.


  • About 270 F-words voiced by the characters to express frustration, as well as strong coarse language such as 'c**t'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Some soldiers are seen smoking cigarettes.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The landmine explosions are very startling and the ensuing chaos is very intense. This happens multiple times throughout the film and you don't know when to expect them.

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