Escape and Evasion is an Australian drama in which a soldier is tormented by visions of a failed mission in Myanmar.
A soldier suffering from PTSD struggles with mental health issues including suicidal thoughts and traumatic visions of his war experiences. There are also scenes of war featuring dead bodies lying on the ground.
Soldiers exchange gunfire and are shot, occasionally resulting in small bursts of blood or bloody wounds. There are also scenes of torture that include the use of water-boarding and a water-filled pit.
A man and woman begin to undress each other in a bed, removing their shirts and unbuckling their pants. A man asks a woman for "a quickie".
The film includes use of the words "c**t", "f**k" "shit" and "piss".
There are verbal references to drugs including opium and heroin.
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