The Card Counter is a US dramatic film about William Tell, an ex-convict turned professional gambler. He befriends and seeks to reform a young man named Cirk who is plotting revenge against a man that also figured in Tell’s military past.
The film contains scenes of the torture and abuse carried out against prisoners in Abu Ghraib prison, including brief examples of what appears to be genuine footage. The film also contains verbal references to suicide.
The film features scenes depicting violence and threat, including the use of restraints, clubs, hoods and dogs, as part of the torture undergone by prisoners. The film also features a fist-fight, with some blood detail.
The film contains several verbal references to 'getting laid' and a brief sex scene.
The film contains use of the words 'f**k', 'prick', 'shit', 'balls', 'piss', 'bitch' and 'pussy'.
The film contains verbal references to acquiring and administering Ketamine.
The film contains brief, naturalistic rear and frontal male nudity.
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