Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Deadfall is a thriller with some strong violence and sexual situations. Though it's set over the Thanksgiving holiday, it isn't family-friendly entertainment: Many characters are morally ambiguous, and the story deals with troubled family relationships. The main female character has sex twice and is briefly seen topless, and there are some bloody killings/injuries, guns and shootings, stabbings, and severed fingers. Language is strong and includes several uses of "f--k" and "s--t" throughout. There's some background drinking and smoking, and one character is shown to be a mean, intimidating drunk.
The main female character has sex twice with a man she has just met. During the second scene, she's briefly shown topless. The man's naked bottom is shown.
The main character is a bank robber who kills at least three people over the course of the movie. Another of the major characters accidentally kills a man during a fight. A character dies in a car crash. Guns are fired. People are stabbed. Some blood is shown. There's a fight that results in fingers being chopped off; the victim cauterizes the wound on a hot snowmobile engine. A man's neck is sliced on a barbed-wire fence.
"F--k" and "s--t" are used several times, as are "a--hole," "hell," and "bitch."
Many characters are morally ambiguous, and the story deals with troubled family relationships. But a character gets out from under the influence of her bad-news brother and learns that she might be capable of -- and deserve -- a more positive and hopeful life. A few moments of families taking care of one another.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A minor character is shown to be a mean drunk, frightening his wife and stepchildren. The main character takes a few swigs from bottles of booze. Main characters occasionally smoke cigarettes. Other characters drink socially in a bar.