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Wolf at the Door | 2013 | NR | - 7.6.6

A young girl is kidnapped and her parents cannot begin to imagine who might have done such a thing. Slowly, we learn that there is someone involved in both of their lives who may have had a motive. With Thalita Carauta, Juliano Cazarré, Milhem Cortaz, Bernardo, Leandra Leal, Fabiula Nascimento, Isabelle Ribas and Antonio Saboia. Directed by Fernando Coimbra. In Portuguese with English subtitles. [1:40]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - We see a man thrusting on top of a woman as we hear rhythmic moaning (we see the man's bare back and shoulders). A married man and a woman kiss and he removes his shirt, then pulls out a condom and she tells him not to use it (he does not use it) as they have sex and he moans until they climax. A married man and a woman kiss while in an apartment as she opens his shirt (we see his bare chest). A married man and a woman kiss.
 A nude woman (her bare breasts and back are seen) gets out of bed with a man. We see a nude woman from the back (we see buttocks and legs) as a man in the room dresses (sex is implied). A woman wears panties and we see her bare back and the side of a bare breast and she is with a man who is bare-chested (sex is implied). A woman kisses a married man in a car and climbs on his lap while unzipping his pants and the man moans (manual stimulation implied).
 A woman with a towel wrapped around her is seen after she showers and we see her bare shoulders and upper chest. Women wear low-cut tops that reveal cleavage in several scenes. A woman wears a short dress that reveals legs and cleavage. A woman sits on a toilet with her panties down (we see her bare knees).
 A married man and a woman flirt in a few scenes. A married man and a woman talk about going away together.
 Police question a few people regarding a child's disappearance (please see the Violence/Gore category for more details); we hear an officer asking a woman if she has a lover and makes a crude suggestive remark about affairs with married men. Two women talk about the men in their lives. A man talks about sex with no involvement. A husband makes a comment about his wife not having sex with him. A woman tells a married man that her period is late and that she thinks she is pregnant. A married man talks to a colleague about having a relationship with a woman who is not his wife.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - A young girl is shot in the back of the head (we hear the gunshot but do not see the child), then doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire; the killer watches as the flames burn higher.
 A woman reports to an elementary school to pick up her daughter only to find out that the child has been given to someone else.
 A man yells at a woman and throws her onto a bed where he forces her to take off her panties while yelling at her; the man takes off his belt and threatens to hit her with it as she cries and pleads.
 A married man yells at a woman and tells her to get out of his car, leaving her on a road with nothing around. A man and a woman argue on a train and she slaps him hard in the face and on the head. A woman slaps a man in the face and the man hits the woman in the face, and then pulls her hair. A woman steps in front of a car and a man yells at her (she is not harmed).
 A police officer threatens to beat a woman if she doesn't talk. A husband and his wife argue about not having had sex in a long time and about her smoking in bed. Police question a few people regarding a child's disappearance (please see the Sex/Nudity category for more details). A woman stands on a high overlook and throws her cell phone against the rocks.
 A woman says that she is dizzy and feels like she is going to throw up (she has been drinking wine with a friend). A comment is made about someone being terrified of vomit. A woman sits on a toilet with her panties around her ankles and appears ill.


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LANGUAGE 6 - About 17 F-words, 4 sexual references, 3 scatological terms, 7 anatomical terms, 7 mild obscenities, name-calling (sugar daddy, stupid, stingy, broad, pig, crazy), 9 religious exclamations (e.g. Oh God, For God's Sake, God, My God, Jesus).


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SUBSTANCE USE - A woman is injected with something as two men hold her down and she falls unconscious. A married man and a woman drink alcohol in an apartment, two women drink wine together in an apartment, a woman drinks alcohol from a bottle, a man drinks an alcoholic beverage and smokes a cigarette, and a married man and a woman drink and smoke in an apartment. A woman smokes in bed and her husband reprimands her (she continues to smoke).


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Kidnapping, infidelity, marriage, betrayal, parenting, relationships ending, abortion.

MESSAGE - Lies and infidelity can lead to a horrible end.

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