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Fantastic Fungi: The Magic Beneath Us (said to be Fantastic Fungi) is an American documentary film which explores the history of mushrooms and fungi, advocating for their medicinal usage.
The film contains thematic discussions of the use of psychoactive mushrooms in a medicinal and recreational context, as well as depictions of deceased and decaying animals and discussions of illness.
The film contains historical footage that depicts violent clashes between police and protestors.
The film contains verbal references to sexual reproduction as well as a sexual entendre related to the quality of a mushroom plantation.
The film contains a single use of the words "shit" and "damn".
The film contains thematic sequences that depict the use and visual effects of use of psychoactive mushrooms in medicinal and recreational contexts, as well as an animation of apes ingesting psychoactive mushrooms and witnessing visual distortions. The film also contains verbal references to illicit drug use.
The film contains a painted image in which a woman's obscured breasts are visible.
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