Under current Guidelines the scenes of sexual violence are no longer considered a harm risk. Bare Behind Bars is a film which is showing its age, and the representations lack credibility by contemporary standards. It is very tongue-in-cheek and doesn't take itself seriously for an instant.The acting is deliberately bad, over-the-top and cartoonish.Their main identifying feature is that at least one of the participants is actually killed.
To the extent that it sets out to make a reasoned case for legalising the sport, the Board has in principle no basis for concern.The action comes fast and furious and will leave you gasping for air. It contained two porno rape scenes, one a gang rape. The dialogue was peppered with aggressive and coercive references to women, while the emphasis on anal sex seemed designed to stress its capacity for inflicting featured karate but each went beyond acceptable standards in the quantity and intensity of potentially lethal kicks to the head and bone-crunching blows and twists to the limbs, back and neck. And there is more than enough action to keep people happy.I would recommend this movie to any fan of the genre. His movies are either simply great, or else so bad that they're great. Since this form of macho heroics is likely to appeal to teenagers with a record of violent offending, cuts did not seem a practical proposition. Blanks and Piper are good in the numerous fight scenes.The most gruesome scene involves a woman who, in a hurry to get wherever she needed to go, accidentally jogs into a speeding train.) in its degradation, since inmates were portrayed as a herd, indistinguishable in their nakedness like animals in a cage.