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Never Talk to Strangers | 1995 | R | - 7.5.6

Rebecca DeMornay is a criminal psychologist with a stalker problem.

SEX/NUDITY 7 - Two sex scenes: in one we see a man's chest and a woman's breasts. The man is fondling the woman's breasts, with kissing and thrusting. The other scene is rougher, as the couple is thrusting while standing up and splayed across a mesh screen. Some kissing. A man's chest and buttocks are shown during a shower scene.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 5 - Bloody pictures of murder victims. A mutilated cat is briefly seen, twice. A man grabs a woman's face and shoves her roughly. A woman slaps a man. A man is hit in the head and he bleeds. He's later seen bruised in a hospital bed. A young girl is shown being forced to shoot a woman. A woman shoots two men resulting in bloody wounds for both. A radiator falls into a bath causing sparks. A woman smashes a television and later has blood on her wrists.


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LANGUAGE 6 - 14 F-words (one is written), some scatological references, some mild obscenities.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Criminal psychology, multiple-personalities disorder, child abuse, stalking.

MESSAGE - Things aren't always as they seem. You never know who to trust. Child abuse leaves lasting scars.

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