Dark Waters is a dramatic American film in which Robert – an attorney – connects numerous unexplained instances of illness and death to pollutants released into water supplies by one of the world's largest corporations, DuPont.
The film contains themes of corporate greed, environmental contamination, terminal illness and court action. A sick cow is put down with a rifle when it acts aggressively.
A boy asks his mother,"What is a hooker?" His brother says, "You’re supposed to say ‘prostitute’."
The film contains use of the word "f**k", as well as "son of a bitch", "bastards" and "crap".
There is a verbal reference to someone being "a junkie".
Buttock nudity is briefly viewed in a dark scene when several teenagers go skinny dipping.
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