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Hearts And Bones is an Australian film in which a war-zone photographer struggling with PTSD, Dan, forms an unexpected bond with Sebastian, a Sudanese refugee, until a photograph unearths a dark secret.
Thematic material includes war, mass-murder, suicide, loss and grief. A girl is implied to be killed by a landmine in Iraq. A mass-murder in South Sudan is a focal point of the film. A man attempts suicide by hanging himself. A couple are revealed to have lost a baby in the past.
Photographs depict scenes of murder in South Sudan with one showing a gun to a man’s head and another showing the man’s body, with blood beside his head, in the dirt afterwards. Two men tussle and one sustains a bloody cut on his head.
A naked couple have sex on a bed in a cropped shot of her moving gently on top of him.
The film includes use of the words "f**k", “shit” and “arse”.
A woman’s breasts and buttocks are viewed as she lies in bed with her partner post-sex.
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