Off The Rails is a British drama/comedy film in which three women take the daughter of their late friend, Anna, on an inter-rail journey across Europe to Palma to fulfil Anna’s dying wish.
Thematic material includes crude humour, extramarital affairs, the breakdown of relationships, death and illness.
The film includes a scene in which a woman grabs another woman leading to a struggle in which one woman is placed in an arm-hold.
The film includes use of the word “f**k” in a sexual context as well as verbal references to a woman doing the “jiggy jiggy”, a woman saying that she is “not a virgin anymore”, and a woman waking up in a bed in a men’s shirt.
The film includes use of the words “f**k”, “shit”, “bitch”, “arse”, “crap” and “bloody”.
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