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Spring | 2015 | NR | - 6.7.10

A young man (Lou Taylor Pucci) questions his life and his future after his mother dies and he travels to Italy where he meets and falls in love with a mysterious young woman (Nadia Hilker). It turns out that she has secrets that may change his life. Also with Jeremy Gardner and Vanessa Bednar. Directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. [1:49]

SEX/NUDITY 6 - A man and a woman kiss, they undress (we see her bare breasts, abdomen and buttocks and his bare chest and abdomen) and lie on a bed where she straddles him, he gets back up to find a condom and she throws it away (sex is implied). A woman pulls off her dress (we see her bare shoulders and upper chest), she climbs on a man's lap and they kiss (sex is implied).
 A man and a woman are shown in bed: she is wearing only panties and we see her bare breasts, abdomen and legs while he is shirtless and we see his bare chest, abdomen and back and they seem to be about to have sex as he kisses her and they talk; she stops, saying that she can't do it after she asks him if he has a condom and they fall asleep (no sex).
 A woman stumbles along a narrow street, leans against a wall and a man approaches her (please see the Violence/Gore category for more details), asks her for sex, unfastens his pants and lifts her skirt; we see her scale-covered skin and her reptilian face and a long pointed tail as the scene ends and we hear the man screaming.
 We see a fully nude female form with no clear physical details. A painting depicts a man's very large and erect penis and a woman explains that it is fertility imagery. A woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage. A woman wears an off-the-shoulders dress that reveals cleavage, bare shoulders and legs to the mid-thighs. A man is shown bare-chested and with his pants open while asleep in bed alone. A painting of a woman is shown and her bare breasts are visible. We see a sculpture of a man's bare buttocks. A woman is shown wrapped in a towel (bare shoulders and upper chest are seen). We see a woman's stocking covered legs with bare thighs and garters.
 A man and a woman kiss in several scenes. A woman caresses a man's ears as he lies back on her lap. A man and a woman kiss passionately in a bar. A man and a woman kiss.
 A woman in a bar asks a man to leave with her; he suspects that she is a prostitute and asks her to join him for dinner, which she declines and tells him that she will leave with another man at the bar instead; they talk and she leaves alone.
 A man tells another man that he should call someone for sympathy sex and the second man says, "No." A man makes a joke about having sex with sheep (using crude terms). A man makes a crude remark about having sex with Italian women. A man says that a woman in a painting is "Hot." A references is made to Roman porn. A woman jokes about a man going to Italian prison and says, "They're gonna rape you." A woman makes reference to a "whore house."


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VIOLENCE/GORE 7 - A woman swabs the inside of a man's mouth in a clinic and he asks what the smell is; she opens her jacket to show that the skin on her arm is blackened and bubbly (looks like it is decaying flesh), she becomes angry and breathes heavily as she stumbles to a cave and removes her dress (we see her fully nude form with no clear physical details) as she performs a ritual by stabbing a rabbit (blood sprays) and paints on the wall with the blood; we hear squishing sounds and see her eating the rabbit (pulling flesh and intestines). A woman is shown with dark veins pulsing in her face, blackened and pointed teeth and black eyes as she gasps for breath; we see her fully nude form (no clear physical details) as she stumbles through a narrow street and we hear a cat screech as the scene ends (it is implied that the woman killed the cat).
 The skin on a woman's hand seems to bubble and open and we see her inject herself with something that makes it stop and heal over. The skin on a woman's hip begins to turn black and bubble and she excuses herself to the bathroom where we see large jaws and pointed fangs sprout from her face, long claws push out of her hands and she is covered with thick fur; she injects herself with something and we see her sitting in a shower stall with blood on the wall and what looks like shed skin. After a transformation, we see a woman peel of the last of her creature skin to reveal normal human skin covered with slime.
 A woman puts her hand under her jacket and we see goo on her hand; she gets up and stumbles along a narrow street, leans against a wall and a man approaches her (please see the Sex/Nudity category for more details), asks her for sex and we see her reptilian face and a long pointed tail as the scene ends and we hear the man screaming; we see the man later, dead, lying on a rock and with a large bloody wound at his groin. A man breaks down a door and finds a woman on the floor transforming into an octopus creature (we see blood and goo on the floor); one of her tentacles slaps the man's hand and he pulls back like he was stung, then injects her with something that causes her to change back to human form and we see her covered with slime. A man and a woman talk on a bench and the woman's face begins to transform (we see open flesh wounds, a discolored eye and a long tail with sharp points hovers behind the man). A woman transforms and snaps violently at a man; he falls back onto the floor in fear, but is unharmed.
 A man punches another man in the face and cuts his hand on the metal teeth he has in his mouth (we see his bloody hand); the man punches him again and then kicks him while he is on the floor as other people yell and pull the attacker away. A woman in a bar yells repeatedly and kicks a cigarette machine when it doesn't give her cigarettes.
 We see a dead sheep with a snake slithering in it's mouth and out its eye socket; it has a bloody wound on its throat. We see the skinned and decapitated corpse of a cat on a street as it is picked up by a cleaning crew. We see a scorpion crawling along a stone wall. A large lizard is shown on a stone wall. A spider in a web traps a fly. A dead baby bird is shown lying on a street. We see what looks like a raw octopus in a basket being brought to a table in a restaurant and its long tentacles dangle over the sides. We see bloody smears on a wall and on the ground where a man was murdered. Decayed bodies are shown on display inside a church. We hear squishing sounds and assume a transformation is occurring off-screen (we do not see anything).
 We hear labored breathing as the camera moves to show a pale woman with sunken eyes and very little hair lying in a bed; we see her take her last breath as her adult son sits near her and grieves. A man wakes up to police pounding on his door. A man runs from immigration police.
 We hear about a young girl that died in the sea and that her body was found far from her home and a woman asks, "Why would God do that to a little girl?" A woman says, "I kill stuff" and "I ate my rabbit." A man talks about his wife having died in a car accident and he grieves for her. A dying woman makes a joke about a wreath of flowers being delivered to a funeral and the salutation reads, "Congratulations on the new location." A bartender tells two young men to "bury these in your stomachs" as he hands them two beers after a funeral; he apologizes for the comment. We hear that a man's whole family is dead. A woman talks about dead sailors. A man says, "Everybody is going to die." A man talks about his father dying suddenly of a heart attack and his mother dying of cancer. A woman talks about people working themselves to death. A man jokingly says, "I hate theses guys." A man jokes about a guy being knocked out by a 4 foot tall lesbian named Tiny. A man jokes about his hands smelling after working in a fish factory. A man talks about gutting fish for tourists. A man asks a woman if she is a vegetarian and she says, "Sometimes I crave meat." A woman jokes about a man going to Italian prison and says, "They're gonna rape you."
 A man and a woman walk through ruins and the woman points out bodies of humans and a dog that are represented where they died. A photograph of a woman shows her face blurred and unrecognizable. A volcano rumbles and smokes in the distance. A man flushes a toilet (no nudity is seen and no urination is seen or heard).


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LANGUAGE 10 - About 92 F-words and its derivatives, 2 obscene hand gestures, 6 sexual references, 25 scatological terms, 12 anatomical terms, 6 mild obscenities, 1 derogatory term for gays, name-calling (stupid, hooker, mental patient, crazy, evil, Imperialist, geezer, Italian bird, fat, boring, sociopath, retarded, elitist, fascist, weird, selfish, hipster), exclamations (shut-up), 5 religious profanities (GD), 7 religious exclamations (Jesus Christ, Jesus, Holy [scatological term deleted], Oh My God, Oh God).


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SUBSTANCE USE - A woman buys hash on a street, a man talks about "smoking weed," a reference is made to a zombie doing heroin, and a man says that he smoked a "huge bowl." A bartender tells two young men to "bury these in your stomachs" as he hands them two beers after a funeral and one of the men drinks from the beer, two men drink alcohol from a bottle and smoke cigarettes, a man drinks several small bottles of alcohol on an airplane (we see the empties on his tray table), a man drinks a beer while walking on the street, people in a bar smoke cigarettes and drink alcohol, people drink alcohol in an outdoor café, two men drink wine, two men drink alcohol (not clear what it is), a man and a woman drink wine in a restaurant, a man drinks a beer in a bar and other patrons have drinks on tables in front of them. A man smokes a cigarette and shares it with a woman, a man smokes a cigarette on a beach, and a woman smokes a cigarette on a beach.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Death of a family member, the future, life choices, making changes, love, sympathy sex, mysteries, secrets, broken hearts, evolutionary genetics, AIDS, Hepatitis C, guilt, intimacy, super natural occurrences, myths, immigration, fear of the unknown, scientific theory, bad luck, fantasy.

MESSAGE - Fear of the unknown can keep one from finding true love. Make every second counts.

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