Some Like It Hot

Movie • 1959 • Comedy  Report
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Does an animal die?
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Are there bugs?
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Does a cat die?
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Alcohol, nicotine.
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Sugar (Marilyn Monroe) appears drunk when she first appears and confesses to the protagonists that she's been caught drinking and if she's caught once more, she'll be thrown out of the band. Despite knowing this, she keeps drinking.
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PlatoCrawford
When Sugar gets depressed, she implies that she is going to get drunk as a way to deal with it.
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There is discussion of shaving, but it is not shown.
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Teeth and dentistry are very briefly mentioned.
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One of the main characters is already in a relationship, and both men wind up pursuing other romantic relationships.
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Does a kid die?
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There is a scene with a character in a bathtub, but they are later revealed to be fully clothed.
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There is a scene where a character briefly says “if I wasn’t such a coward I’d kill myself,” but it doesn’t actually happen, and is very brief
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It is briefly mentioned that someone cut their wrists early in the film, but this never comes up again, nor is it shown.
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Several characters in this film pretend to be people that they are not.
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yaybees
[SPOILER] After the gang find the two main characters, they have to hide under a cramped table and aren’t able to leave until the gang is shot
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Does a baby cry?
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Nothing explicit but it is implied, and there are references and innuendo.
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DogkinTrash
Main characters are sexually harassed, mostly verbally but also one is pinched and one is touched inapropriately, but nothing too graphic.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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SiRenfield
Pretty much the premise of the movie. Although it arguably balances it out with being surprisingly progressive for 1959 but you mileage will HEAVILY vary
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PlatoCrawford
It's difficult to tell; the plot hinges on men pretending to be women to get away from the mafia, but Jerry could be easily read as a trans woman as they seem to genuinely enjoy being Daphne. So Joe referring to them as 'he / Jerry' could be seen as misgendering.
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The opening sequence shows police in pursuit of mobsters in a hearse. Gunfire ensues, and one of the cars spins out and crashes -- it is a very light impact, no one is harmed.
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There are two scenes where people are lined up and shot, yet there's no gore. Only light flashes to indicate firing.
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There are two different shoot outs during the course of the film, one of which is implied to be the St. Valentine's Day Massacre.
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