Locked Down is a British and American co-produced romantic-comedy heist film in which a couple, whose relationship has come to an end while stuck in lockdown, plan to steal a valuable diamond from a department store.
Thematic content includes the planning and execution of a robbery, crude humour and references to suicide, separation and assault.
The film contains verbal references to sex including innuendo, a scene in which two women discuss a sexual encounter they had with each other and a scene in which a woman propositions a man to have sex.
The film contains use of the words shit, arse and “f**k”.
The film contains verbal references to extracting and using opium from poppies, as well as the implied use of opium by one of the characters.
The film contains a scene in which a drawing of breast-nude woman is visible in the background.
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