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Sex & Nudity

  • While the couple is having sex (or trying to), there are many flashbacks to show what the woman is remembering: at one point, she is seen nude in bed with her husband, obviously enjoying sex with him and writhing as if she were about to have an orgasm. There are no sounds except for music playing; there is also the sound of an amplified heartbeat as part of the song playing during the scene. No private parts whatsoever are shown.

Violence & Gore

  • Explosions on a film set during the making of what looks like a war film. The man runs out of camera range, then we hear an agonized death scream that was not intended as part of the war film; this of course signifies that the man has been accidentally killed.


  • Some dialogs language, and some sexual language.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The woman smokes a little.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • An offscreen accidental death occurs early in the film on a motion picture set, during the filming of a battle scene in what looks like a war movie. We do not see it, but we do hear the man's agonized death scream.


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Sex & Nudity

  • A discreetly photographed sex scene toward the end; there is presumed nudity, with a little heavy breathing before the music in the scene (a song sung in voiceover) starts, but no moaning. Although she is seen kissing his neck and shoulder, the woman is unable to really respond to the man because of the memory of her dead husband, with whom she was passionately in love. The man senses it and asks "Why?", and she replies "Because of my husband", and he answers "But he's dead". The scene ends there.

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