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Men is a psychological horror film in which a young woman named Harper rents a secluded country property following the death of her ex-husband, only to find herself trapped in a cycle of increasingly sinister events.
The film contains horror themes, including strong and extended scenes of body-horror with associated blood and gore. The film also contains references to suicide, domestic violence and a depiction of a car accident.
The film contains the threat of violence throughout, as well of scenes of violence involving weapons. Blood and wound detail is evident. The film also contains a brief depiction of domestic violence, with a woman punched in the face.
The film contains verbal references to sexual activity.
The film contains use of the words 'f**k', 'shit', 'piss', 'dick', 'bitch', 'bloody' and 'damn'.
The film contains full frontal and rear male nudity and a close-up of female genitals during a birth sequence.
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