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Lost Bullet | 2020 | TV-MA | – 1.7.9

content-ratingsWhy is “Lost Bullet” rated TV-MA? The TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board rating indicates “This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes a couple of hugs, an implied romantic relationship, and cleavage revealing tops, several car chases that end with dead bloody bodies, a few gunfights that end with bloody wounds and dead bodies, a few extended fight scenes that end with many bloody wounds, and over 40 F-words and other strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


While trying to rob a jewelry store, a man (Alban Lenoir) that’s a wizard with cars is arrested but then recruited by a drug squad detective (Ramzy Bedia) to supercharge police cars. Crooked cops working with drug dealers have other plans and a supercharged car may be the only way to find the evidence to put them away. Also with Nicolas Duvauchelle, Stéfi Celma, Rod Paradot, Alexandre Philip and Pascale Arbillot. Directed by Guillaume Pierret. In French with English subtitles. [Running Time: 1:32]

Lost Bullet SEX/NUDITY 1

 – A man and a woman hug (please see the Violence/Gore category for more details). A man and woman hug. There are implications that a man and woman had a romantic relationship.
 A woman wears a tank top that reveals cleavage. Several women are shown wearing tops and dresses that reveal cleavage in a market scene.


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Lost Bullet VIOLENCE/GORE 7

 – A man goes into a warehouse where he is threatened by other men with guns: one man attacks him and police officers with guns drawn enter the area, and one man is shot in the back and we see him dead with a bloody bullet wound on his chest and blood splatter on the windshield of a car. A man shoots another man and blood sprays; another man chases a fourth man into a warehouse where he is thrown to the ground and held with a gun over his head (the scene cuts away and we see the threatened man later with a badly bloodied face, lying dead in a pool of blood on the floor and blood is also shown on the gun butt). A man is shot by someone off-screen and we see bloody holes open in his chest as he falls to the ground.
 Police cars chase another car on a two-lane road, swerving in and out of traffic and a man in the chased car shoots at a police car until another police car crashes head-on into the car being chased and we see it with a crumpled hood and both men in the car are bloody and dead; officers lift out bags of drugs and money. Gas is poured on a car and it is set on fire; we later see the charred car and a badly burned body on the ground next to it.
 A man shoots at another man and they fight, hitting each other with guns and grunting; one man falls and hits his head on a table (we see a bloody gash on his head), the other man cocks a gun while standing over him and we hear a gunshot off-screen (we see the man handcuffed to an object and he has bullet holes in his safety vest). A man handcuffed to an interrogation room table breaks free, kicks an officer trying to stop him from running, fights several other officers trying to stop him (with numerous kicks punches and throws), he is pinned on a desk and he uses a laptop to beat the officers until he gets free and leaves a room with several moaning officers on the ground (he has blood on his face and we see the officers later with bloody wounds and bandages on their heads and faces); the man encounters more officers that hold him and he retrieves a teargas canister from one officer spraying them all and gets away again. A man holds a gun on another man and we later see the threatened man on his knees with his hands bound behind his back; the man is put into the trunk of a car and he struggles to keep it from being closed. A man and a woman hug, she knees him in the groin and they fight on the hood of a car until she grips his head between her knees and he passes out but not before he handcuffs her to the frame of the car. Two men are found in the trunk of a car and we see them bound and with bloody wounds on their heads and faces.
 A man speeds in a car in reverse, and slams into items throwing the man in the backseat through the back window (we see him motionless with blood on his clothes). A man speeds in a car toward the front of a jewelry store, crashes through it, breaks through the back wall and through other walls and finally out onto the street as we hear sirens blaring and police arrive; a passenger in the car runs away. A man in a car is chased by police in a car and they swerve on a two-lane road in and out of traffic; one car speeds from behind the other car and slams a hook device under the other pulling the back of the car off; the car with the hook slams into the other car again and uses it to slam through a road block where police officers open fire until the police car flips and the other car speeds away (we see the two officers inside with bloody wounds but they are alive). Two cars speed through narrow roads and pedestrians jump out of the way to avoid being struck; another car joins the chase causing one car to flip and one to slam into a parked car, and we see one driver with a bloody wound on the nose and the other driver pulls his way out of his wrecked car, throws a grenade into the trunk of the other car causing it to explode and catch fire as the driver straddles him and punches him repeatedly (we see his very bloody face later). A man speeds in a car with its trunk in flames and into a garage slamming into a wall, where others put the flames out with extinguishers; we see the driver motionless, smoldering and bloody after having been thrown through the windshield (he’s OK later).
 A man speeds in a car and slams on the brakes twice to yell at a man in the passenger seat and to hold him by the throat one time. Welding sparks flash while a man works under the hood of a car. A man with a gun runs into a gas station where he is held at gunpoint by several police officers and arrested. A man buckles himself into a safety harness in a car and lunges forward a few times testing it. A woman punches a locker and yells in frustration. A man speeds away in a car as police officers run to their car to find their tires punctured.
 A man tells another man that he should lie about what happened in a warehouse and that otherwise he would be charged with murder. A reference is made to someone shooting someone, “Like a dog.”
 A woman punctures the tires of a police car with a knife and is arrested. Men in a prison rec area lift weights and when one man lifts a barbell the weight slips off one side and the bar falls on his chest (we see another man holding a nut that he apparently removed to cause the accident). A man honks a loud car horn and startles a man walking on the sidewalk. A man is shown with a bruised face and a bloody gash on his nose (presumably from a beating).
 A man digs in a large pile of manure with his hands, covers his face, and coughs a couple of times.


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Lost Bullet LANGUAGE 9

 – About 43 F-words, 13 scatological terms, 8 anatomical terms, 3 mild obscenities, name-calling (ugly, cop killer, pigs, weird, mess, morons, you little [scatological term deleted]), exclamations (stop it, stop it now, relax, have you lost your mind), 1 religious exclamation (Holy [F-word deleted]). | profanity glossary |


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Lost Bullet SUBSTANCE USE

 – A man drinks from bottles of beer in a garage while working on cars. A man smokes on a sidewalk, and a man smokes a cigarette in a crowded market.


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Lost Bullet DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Second chances, drug running, police corruption, manipulation of evidence, trust.

Lost Bullet MESSAGE

 – Use determination and special skills to bring criminals to justice and clear your name.

CAVEATS

Be aware that while we do our best to avoid spoilers it is impossible to disguise all details and some may reveal crucial plot elements.

We've gone through several editorial changes since we started covering films in 1992 and older reviews are not as complete & accurate as recent ones; we plan to revisit and correct older reviews as resources and time permits.

Our ratings and reviews are based on the theatrically-released versions of films; on video there are often Unrated, Special, Director's Cut or Extended versions, (usually accurately labelled but sometimes mislabeled) released that contain additional content, which we did not review.


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