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Directors have new guidelines for everything from auditions to filming. New guidelines have been issued for directors filming nude and sex scenes in UK film and TV shows. The rules also cover auditions, where actors can feel pressured to do things they don't want to in order to get work. Actors will also have to sign an agreement to being nude or filming sex scenes ahead of shooting. Directors UK said it recognised that "by their nature, auditions are based on a power imbalance" and that "some performers can feel obligated to agree to uncomfortable requests to get a job". The release of the directing nudity and simulated sex guidelines follows the MeToo movement, which led to numerous accusations against disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein, and the revelation that some in the industry demanded sexual favours for work. Directors UK advises a ban on full nudity in any audition or call back and no semi-nudity in first auditions.
Jackson who's charged for murder after ordering his men to open fire on a group of protesters. We see many close-ups of bloody arms and legs and dead bodies, including a number of disfigured and dismembered bodies many are women and children covered in blood. Throughout the film we see several flashbacks, slides and photographs of this massacre some of them close-ups of the carnage. There's also an extended, graphic combat scene and flashbacks of the scene with lots of bombs, grenades and gunfire. A man is shot point-blank in the forehead we see a close-up of the gun against his head, hear the shot and see the man fall down, but no blood. A man is shot in the chest blood gushes out. A man is shot and spits up blood.
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