Too Old to Die Young 
TV Show
Crime
Drama
Thriller
TV Show
Crime
Drama
Thriller
Updated: December 20, 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
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

S1E1: the episode opens with a policeman showing a nude picture a woman sent him to his colleague (other men look at it later on). He then proceeds to say that he will have to kill the woman, who is his mistress. The next scene shows the same man pulling over a woman: with his colleague standing next to him, he makes inappropriate comments and acts threatening to her (hinting that he will force her to give him sexual favours). She seems very distressed during the whoe scene (which is very long). He eventually forces her to pay to leave. The male protagonist (in his thirties) has entertains a romantic relationship with a high school girl (17 year old). The fact that their love affair is illegal is mentioned several times throughout the episode: their affair goes on during the next episodes, and they are showed sharing intimate moments. The final scene shows a woman restrained and covered in blood, who has been beaten by a man. It is implied that 'men who hate women' would harm her if the protagonist does not kill her (which he is implied to do off-screen). S1E2: human trafficking is a central theme of this episode, with female prostitues being referred to and treated as merchandise (sexual violence is heavily implied several times). In the last part of the episode, a man (leader of a cartel) grabs a woman's hair in a club, drags her in front of a whole audience and she is implied to be abused and gang raped off-screen by the men. An elderly and terminally ill man entertains an ambiguous relationship with his very young nurse, whom he says he found naked in the desert. Several dialogues imply a potential incestuous relationship between this man and his late sister. S1E3+4: paedophilia is an important plot point of these two episodes, dealing with people killing peadophiles and rapists. The crimes of the latter are mentioned throughout, but not depicted on screen. In the final scene of S1E4, one character is proposed to become the pimp of prostitutes: he declines. S1E5: this whole episode is about a man killing two men who make snuff movies (people getting raped). The opening scene shows one man being interrogated (increasingly uncomfortable), drugged, obliged to sign a consent form and then raped by two men (grabbed on-screen then raped off-screen, with sounds of struggle being heard). Incest is also mentioned during the interrogation. Video of their films is shown to the protagonist (not shown on-screen). A long scene shows a woman in her underwear being watered by one of the snuff movies producers with a hose, who then fondles her, grabs her by the throat and strips her naked with a knife: she seems increasingly uncomfortable and tense. While the scene seems to suggest that she will get raped, it ends with the man painting her toe nails. The episode ends with the antagonist digging up a woman he presumably raped and buried alive in the desert. S1E6: it is implied (through dialogues and non explicit flashbacks) that a man has entertained incestuous desires towards his mother since he was a teenager. The episode closes with him performing oral sex on his wife, who says that she is the reincarnation of his late mother. S1E7: the assassination of child molesters is discussed and shown on screen. The relationship of the male protagonist (30 year old) and his young girlfriend is also mentioned and shown on-screen: the latter is shown turning 18 and the couple is shown having sex. It is then revealed that the father of the girl watched her without their consent: he also explains that he was jealous since he always wanted to have sex with his own daughter: he then starts masturbating next to the protagonist, who ends up killing him. Before that, the father asked the protagonist to get dressed in front of him, and showed him a movie where two cops sexually assault and rape a woman (verbal assault is shown on-screen, rape implied off-screen). S1E8: the assassination of child molesters is discussed and shown on screen. The relationship of the male protagonist (30 year old) and his 18 year old girlfriend is also mentioned (it is described as statutory rape since it started when the girl was 16). Women (who are prostitutes 'owned' by a cartel) are held captive in stables: they are raped off-screen by a group of men (we hear them scream). Later on, several of them are shown being tied to their bed in a motel, next to the clients who raped them: a woman comes and kill all the men. There is also a consensual SM sex scene where the woman strangles and ties up her husband with a whip, which she puts into his anus. S1E9: a husband and wife roleplay (and have sex), with the woman impersonating the late mother of the man, with whom he entertained an incestuous relationship. A man mentions that he wants to use rape against his enemies and their female relatives. The assassination of paedophiles and rapistes is discussed and shown on screen. A woman tells an early version of the Red Riding Hood, where the wolf rapes the girl multiple times. S1E10: rape, incest and child sex abuse are mentioned several times. A woman rescues prostitutes 'owned' by a cartel by killing all men in a bar/brothel.

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