Cigarette Girl (2009)
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Sex & Nudity
- There are many scenes of the title character in her lingerie, or a suggestive work uniform (bustier, skirt that doesn't cover her rear, etc.). There is no full nudity or sex, but there are scenes in which women are thrown on beds.
Violence & Gore
- There are scenes in which different characters are burned with cigarettes, cut, punched, or whipped with a belt. Characters display wounds from these incidents. There is also gun violence, with many characters dying from being shot. In most cases, you just see bullet wounds, but at the end there is one character shot in the stomach, and it looks as though innards can be seen on the floor next to the victim. There is also more than one scene in which men harm women, with the intent to rape (though no actual sex occurs).
- Strong language, i.e. "swear words," permeate this film.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- In case the title doesn't make it obvious, there is a lot of smoking in this film. There is also liquor consumption. At one stage, a character puts powdered drugs into another character's drink, and she loses judgment/ability to defend herself.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Much of this film (at least half the scenes) would be confusing or disturbing for young children. I would not recommend letting kids under 12 see this movie at all, and I'd suggest you use your parental judgment about kids aged 12 to 15, depending on what they are normally accustomed to viewing.