Accept Any and All Substitutes for Surrogates
- Friday, September 25, 2009
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- Language/Profanity: "Meatbag"; "s-it"; "crappy"; "oh my God"; crude reference to male anatomy; "son of a b-tch."
- Smoking/Drinking/Drugs: Surrogates take hits of a drug.
- Sex/Nudity: Man and woman shown lying down, kissing briefly; woman in a bikini; club scene shows a man kissing two women, erotic dancing; passionate kissing; bare-chested men.
- Violence/Crime: Surrogates are shot with a special weapon; surrogate body shown split in two; car crash kills bystanders; human operators in "stim chairs" are shown dead; some surrogates are said to have committed suicide; battles, explosions and gunfire; a man assaults a woman; motorcycle accident; helicopter crash; a man falls and hits construction beams on his way down; car strikes surrogates; fluid squirts from severed surrogate arm; a corpse is burned; Greer recounts the loss of family in a car accident; surrogate faces are peeled back at the surrogate beauty salon; gunfight among adults at an elementary school; Greer pierces a surrogate's head, disabling him; another out-of-control car chase; surrogate holds a man at gunpoint; green liquid oozes from surrogate gunshot wound to the head.
- Marriage/Family: Greer longs to reconnect with his wife, who prefers her surrogate life.
- Religion: A leader of an anti-surrogate faction is named the Prophet, and he tells his followers, "We're not meant to experience the world through a machine"; a woman shoots a surrogate and calls him "an abomination"; the Prophet says humans "did not throw the first stone, but we will throw the last," and that "when you sacrifice for a greater good, you never die."
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