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  1. How do you read Skyfall's discussion of the old and new? Does it argue one is better? Is it really an either/or equation or can one live with the best of both the old and new?

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Skyfall is rated PG-13 for intense violent sequences throughout, some sexuality, language and smoking. There are two sex scenes; one is a quick glimpse of a couple in silhouette and another is in a shower obscured by steam and foggy glass. The credits sequence features naked female silhouettes. An interrogation scene contains implied homoeroticism. A man performs self-surgery on an old wound with a knife. Death scenes include gunfire, knife wounds, neck-snapping, and strangulation. A woman is coldly and abruptly executed with no mourning or remorse.

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