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The film contains some scenes of upper body nudity, as well as sexual references.

Strong and realistic depictions of violence and gore are portrayed, albeit justified by context.

There are frequent and explicit depictions of gore and violence in the film.

Some of the stronger scenes include a man being knocked down by an oncoming racing car where his body is split into half with intestines and dark-colored blood spilling from his lower body and his upper body falling by the side; a scene where a man's body is cut into half, with his upper body being flung upwards while blood spurts and intestines spill out from his detached lower body, forming a pool of blood on the ground; etc.

These would make the film more appropriate for an adult audience.

The film has utterances of expletives such as "f**k" and "motherf**ker".

'Death Race 2050', part of the "Death Race" franchise, is set in a future where America no longer exists, but is known as the United Corporations of America. Eight racers are competing in a death race and they score points by plowing down people during the race, with higher points awarded for plowing down older people.

Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for violence and gore throughout, language, and some sexual material and nudity (certificate #50574)


MPAA:
Rated R for violence and gore throughout, language, and some sexual material and nudity
Certification:
Australia:MA15+ / Australia:MA15+ (2017) / Germany:18 / Singapore:R21 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #50574)

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