Motherless Brooklyn is an American neo-noir feature film set in 1950s New York, following a private detective with Tourette’s Syndrome as he investigates the murder of his friend and mentor, and uncovers a scheme of corruption amongst the city’s planning officials.
Thematic material includes mob-style criminal activity and references to a staged suicide, where a character is found with a gun in his hand, appearing to have shot himself.
Violence is occasional, with mob-style shoot-outs and fight sequences. Blood spatter and pooling is present.
Includes verbal references to sex, including the words "sucking" and “f**k” in a sexual context.
The film includes use of the words "f**k", “shit”, “piss” and "asshole".
Contains use of marijuana and implied smoking of another drug.
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