Six60: Till The Lights Go Out is a documentary film about the career of the band Six60, following their rise to become the first Kiwi act to headline New Zealand’s biggest stadium.
The film includes footage of a balcony that collapsed on a young woman, leaving her paralysed. The film also includes a verbal reference to institutional sexual abuse and scenes of people throwing up after becoming drunk.
There is a brief clip of members of a gang scuffling on the street.
The film includes use of the word "f**k" as well as use of the words "shit", "pissed", "arse" and "crap".
There are infrequent verbal references to drug use.
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