||The film contains scenes of war violence throughout mainly involving exchange of fire where injuries with some bloodletting can be seen
For example, during the militant's attack on the US consulate, scenes of violence are depicted with details such as brief spurting of blood as the two sides exchange fire with each other. Characters who are injured during the attacks are also covered in blood. Another man is cut in half by machine gun fire (brief but very visible).
Apart from the violence, there are also brief scenes of gore including a scene depicting the hands of a militant being blown off after setting off an explosive by accident. He walks around with part of his forearm and wrist detached from his body, spraying blood.
Other scenes include a soldier who is injured at his thighs being brought into a room for first aid, when he is laid down on the table, a fleeting shot of the gash can be seen, followed by some blood spurting from the wound
||The film contains utterances of strong expletives such as 'motherf**ker' and 'f**k'. 20+ across its near 2 1/2 hour runtime
Milder language such as the expletives 'sh*t', 'damn', 'b*tch' and 'hell' are also uttered by the characters during various conversations
||This is an action-war drama revolving around the events leading up to an attack at a US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, involving a group of ex-soldiers who are stationed there to protect CIA agents and later serve as the backup security team for the US ambassador, Christopher Stevens.
Many dead bodies are shown with injury throughout the film some are seen dying due to the bullet wounds themselves, as well as smoke inhalation. A prominent character's dead corpse is also thrown off a building
The strong element of war violence in the film may prove quite distressing
Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong combat violence throughout, bloody images, and language