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Playing With Fire is a Canadian film in which a straight-laced fire superintendent, Jake, and his elite team of fire-fighters are tasked with looking after three children.
Thematic material includes crude humour and a sense of peril. In a comedic scene, a man, while changing a nappy, has faeces splattered on his face. In another scene, three children teeter on the edge of a cliff in a vehicle before being saved. There are also verbal references to the death of the parents of three children. In another scene, three children are trapped and rescued from a burning house.
A boy comedically slaps a man who is wearing a helmet and tells him to 'focus'.
A man pulls down a poster of a woman wearing lingerie.
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