Two characters have sex. We see thrusting and hear them breathing heavily. As the woman walks away, we see her buttocks. This scene is brief and not graphic, but there is no doubt what is happening. Camera is very close.
A man and woman kiss
Ordell makes refrences to sex and mentions several different women he’s seeing throughout the movie, mostly non graphic
A character watches a film with scantily clad women shooting guns. No nudity


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


Quentin’s films are basically genre films, including this film.

I like this feeling more than killing bill. Look forward to the new film in 2009.

1. Copy the graduates directly at the beginning. The background music is still dance music from the 1970s to 1980s, and it is very sultry, not exaggerated, not funny. There is no feeling of deliberate mischief, so it is more mischievous.

2. Robert De Niro plays a coquettish old gangster. At first glance, it feels like a cruel role, and the result is… Ha ha. It’s great to be sneaking around with Samuel Jackson’s horse.

-you wanna fuck?

-uhm.

The picture turns, two minutes later. DeNiro shot absently. -;;

3. When Samuel Jackson gave Robert De Niro the car key, he said: after you press this key, the car will “whine” and open the door at that time.

Woo woo~-_-

4. When Samuel Jackson was looking for the little black man, the talk show on TV was a very expert old man saying solemnly: everyone likes beautiful girls. I like dating beautiful girls. If she’s not beautiful enough, why should I date her? That kind of crap.

5. The bail officer’s hair looked very straight from the front. When he turned around, he found that he was bald.

6. When bailing Jackie, the bail officer fell in love with the background music and eyes at first sight. By contrast, Jackie’s embarrassment.

7. Robert De Niro is a road blind. He can’t find where the car is parked. The horse beside him is always chirping. Because I am also a road blind, I look at it and laugh.

8. The whole article is filled with the smell of class B films in the 1980s, mainly dance music is selected for the background music.

9. At the end, Jackie shed inexplicable tears while driving, or sounded the dance music of the 1980s,

It reminds people of the inexplicable tears and differences at the end of those videotapes. It’s fun and nostalgic.

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