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(VI) (2015)

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MPAA Rated R for language

Sex & Nudity

  • A rape is implied, as is a molestation, but neither are ever shown on screen. Robin, the wife, is shown in the shower twice. Once shoulders and up are shown from the behind and the second time full bare back is seen. Nothing else is revealed.

Violence & Gore

  • A man is knocked to the ground where he smashes the side of his face into the pavement (we see the victim later, his face scraped, with a small bandage at the temple and his arm in a sling).
  • A man takes a bat outside and another man attacks him from behind, then other men pull the attacker away.
  • A wife slaps her husband in the face.


  • There are 22 uses of 'fuck', two uses of 'mother fucker', 14 uses of 'shit', six uses of 'asshole', one use of 'ass' and two uses of 'son of a bitch'. Also, one use of 'god damn', three uses of 'hell'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A fair amount of social wine drinking (although the wife does not), with occasional over-consumption of beer (at home) or wine (socially).

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The movie is slow, but it gets unsettling the further it goes on and eventually disturbing.
  • Themes of bullying, rape and other disturbing content. Very intense at times. Ending can be considered quite depressing (depending on audience's view of certain characters).


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A women steals prescription drugs and takes them. It makes her crazy and she passes out. Her husband thinks it is causing something in the house.
  • A character takes prescription medication from someone else's bathroom cabinet (the pills are later said to be sleeping pills). When the pills are discovered, there is an implication that this character has had a previous problem with abusing prescription drugs.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There is a man in a very unsettling monkey mask and makes it a lot scarier as he records the whole thing. There is a women who passed out, and the man wearing the mask prepares to rape her. Nothing is seen but it is very unsettling. And before this scene you are nervous but you are even more nervous after the seen seeing what happened or even if it happened. The perpetrator then taunts the main character who is left to wonder (along with the audience) if said rape even occurred.

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