At a party if you pause the movie at the right spot you can see a blurred naked woman in the background of a scene. She is only noticed if paused at the exact spot.
A wife appears in front of her husband wearing a bathrobe. She takes it off revealing a sexy outfit underneath. He kisses her neck and the scene abruptly ends.
A man and woman passionately kiss before the scene ends. (Sex is implied.)
Two gay men kiss. This is shown from a distance and quite hard to see.
Prostitutes are shown outside of a nightclub.
A man is describing a group of men to another man. The scene cuts to a party and two women are seen topless, breasts exposed, briefly. Scene doesn’t last longer than a second.
A man tells another man he would have friends in prison kill him in a “deeply pornographic” manner. (Implied that the man would be raped to death)


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


The words on American monuments remind people all the time that those who gave their lives for freedom.

And after seeing the brilliant society of the United States, how many people can understand the price they pay for freedom?

After driving out the British, they tried to restrict their government from infringing on the rights of the people. At the beginning of the founding of the United States, the federal government was weak in a mess, and a criminal who fled to another state had no choice but to take him – but the Americans endured this, which was the price they were willing to pay after being violated by the British government. Finally, they had to strengthen the rights of the Federation, but countless laws were enacted to restrict the Federation. In order to ensure that ordinary people would not be easily convicted by the Federation, they formulated strict procedures and presumption of innocence. At the same time, they also had to endure a large number of criminals.

When I was a child, I saw an American series about a judge who solved a case during the day and became a night killer at night to punish criminals who escaped legal sanctions. Associating Batman with this film, we can see the contradictory hearts of Americans. They don’t want the government to be too strong and do whatever they want, so that people’s rights will be violated. They are also worried that criminals will miss the net and affect people’s social security.

It’s so easy to get guns and privacy in the United States that it’s difficult to find illegal immigrants as female slaves in their own villas, so that those extreme small religious groups will be banned after killing people – the FBI is full of grievances: it’s someone’s private villa, let alone search, before we get the evidence, It’s extremely difficult to apply for a wiretapping approval. How do we handle the case? Those religious groups are protected by the religious freedom law. Before they kill people, we have no right to interfere with their freedom of belief and assembly. How can we stop them?

For the Simpson case, the answer of most Americans is very illustrative:

“Do you think Simpson killed his wife?”

“Yes”

“But Simpson was found not guilty on criminal charges. Do you think Simpson has been given a fair trial?”

“Yes”

——They agree with this system. Even if a person kills in the hall, he is only a suspect. If there is insufficient evidence later, he will also be released. This is the price they must bear.

Of course, the road of the United States is not the only one. The European style practice of large government and small people can work well under good press freedom and supervision.

This is also reflected in Bush’s speech after 9 / 11. He did not say “our country is under attack”, but said “today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom camera under attack in a series of delibrate and reasonably terrorist acts…” they just chose a path they thought was right and stuck to it and paid for it.

God bless United States of America!

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