The Wailing 
Updated: March 26, 2021
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen


The antagonist character is said to have raped a woman: in a flashback, he is shown cornering and verbally abusing her before the scene cuts away. In another scene, the main character tries to see if his daughter has got a rash on her legs (a main theme of the movie) when she is sleeping. She wakes up and asks why her father is looking under her skirt at night. The scene is not sexual at all, but the hint at pedophilia is obvious. At some point, the father goes through his daughter's things and finds disturbing images in her notebooks: the more prominent ones being female figures bleeding from their vaginss. Since she had previously refused to say how she had met the antagonist, it is heavily implied that she had been raped by him (off-screen).

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