Ride the Eagle is a US comedic drama in which a man, Leif, is left with a conditional inheritance when his estranged mother, Honey, dies. Before he can move into her cabin, he must complete the tasks she has left for him.
The film contains themes including loss and grief and a post-action depiction of animal slaughter, where the carcasses of two dead rabbits are left on a car windscreen.
The film contains verbal threats of violence and harm when a man holding a baseball bat is confronted by another man holding a knife.
The film contains verbal references to phone sex and a woman’s sexual activities.
The film contains use of the word “f**k” and derivatives, as well as words including “shit” and “asshole”.
The film contains visual and verbal references to marijuana, including depictions of plant material contained in large plastic bags.
The film contains male and female nudity depicted in highly stylised paintings that appear during the closing credits.
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