The Taverna is an Australian comedy film set in a Greek restaurant in Melbourne. Complications arise when the manager allows a waitress to substitute for the belly dancer when she is unable to perform as advertised.
The film deals with themes of drug addiction, marriage breakdown and related custody issues, and animal slaughter is implied. The cultural practice of examining the bedsheets after the wedding night is also briefly mentioned.
Violence comprises a brief fight in the restaurant, which is of low impact and with no blood detail or apparent injury, and a brief "kidnapping" scene.
Verbal reference is made to "threesomes" in the film. The word "f**k" is used in a sexual context.
The film contains several uses of the word "c**t" and "f**k". The film also contains use of the words, "shit", "bitch" and "slut".
The snorting of cocaine is briefly depicted.
Brief, non-sexualised breast nudity is depicted in an early scene.
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