A painting of a nude woman is visible on a few occasions


There are several mentions of prostitutes and sex throughout the movie, as well as characters that are prostitutes.
A woman tempts a young man into her car, they make out for a few minutes. No nudity or sex is shown.
Pearl is called up to Val’s room to service him.


When Porter is in the room with Val and Pearl, Pearl’s buttocks are exposed. Although she does have on a thong and a sheer stocking over her buttocks, you can clearly see them several times in this scene, from several different camera angles. She is also wearing a dominatrix type bra.


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


There are two versions of the film: the first version of 1 hour and 41 minutes (1999) and the director’s editing version of 1 hour and 30 minutes (2006).

Changes in the two versions, simply put , It’s like director Brian helgrande was still a man when he made the first version, and had changed into a woman when he made the director’s editing version….

In the first edition, Gibson is a cynical mob, hostile to deception and bullying the weak; In the director’s editing version, Gibson becomes a robber and lawbreaker who was betrayed by his friends and his wife and nearly died. He is extremely injured in his heart. He is a pure violent and brainless force.

The director’s edited version is not generally bad compared with the first version in terms of plot and characterization..

Details are as follows:

1. Gibson robbed the beggar of three dollars in the second paragraph of the opening

In the first edition, the beggar was a disabled Vietnam War soldier lying on the ground in disguise. Gibson took out the money, and the man jumped up quickly. Gibson pinched his neck and said: shut up, I cured you!

In the director’s clip, the beggar is the fucking homeless…

2. In the third paragraph of Gilson’s opening, he got along with his wife at home

The director’s editing version added a protracted couple quarrel and fight…

It is not beneficial to the plot, but dilutes the wife’s remorse for betrayal, guilt, self reproach and Gilson’s more angry power..

3. The director’s editing edition actually deleted the paragraph that Gilson kidnapped the second leader’s son in the first edition…

If Gibson in the film really has a brain, it must be because of these three scenes: A. put the police badge and pistol next to will and bury the prelude to setting up an unscrupulous policeman; B. kidnap the two heads’ son; C. tell the hiding place of the two heads’ son….

4. In the last paragraph, the director’s edited version added a female leader and a gun battle at the station, but in the dramatic and suspense design and climax treatment, it is different from the explosion ending of the first version…

5. In a word: the second edition of dangerous people is the director Brian helgrande who sincerely tells us what is the real dog’s tail, painting the snake and adding feet. If you don’t die, you won’t die…

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