A leach attaches to a man somewhere in his groin area. Others, including a woman, tease him by asking if he needs help removing it. He removes it himself. The scene is not sensual. No nudity is shown.
African native woman are shown shirtless in the crowd. Their breasts are partially covered by necklaces they are wearing, although you can see their nipples and most of their breasts.
A mild sexual reference in a joking way: a man says that it’s mating season for monkeys, then you can hear monkeys screaming, in the background.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


The adventure film I saw on CCTV6 as a child has been fascinated by African Customs since then. Although Congo is a poor, backward, war-torn and corrupt country, although the airport and jungle are full of danger, ethnic disputes are constant, and many ancient and strange customs are practiced in the rainforest, I can’t resist my love for it. Maybe it’s because of the unknown, or because I’m attracted by wild animals. I’ve always been thinking about my love for Africa.

In recent years, I have revisited the horror of Congo several times. Although the name sounds like a horror film at first glance, in fact, the horror coefficient is very low. Except for one or two bloody scenes (in fact, the special effects are general, so I feel good), there is nothing to scare me at all.

Dr. Luo is so handsome. He is completely a model of independent women in the new century. He has a good character, shooting, skydiving and science and technology. Several other characters have rich character characteristics and can be easily substituted into the plot.

My favorite Amy, her acting skills are so full that all kinds of emotional expressions are in place. The last parting even made me cry. I’ve heard that animals in captivity are difficult to return to nature. It’s really moving to see Amy integrate into the group of silver backed orangutans. The emotion between animals and humans is amazing. I hope humans don’t disturb them, I also hope they can coexist peacefully with mankind. Anyway, I hope all wild animals can grow up beautifully in the embrace of nature.

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