Such a strange film. Very well-crafted, but strange. The "Strong Bloody Violence" rating on the box is a little off, I think. The violence is present, but it's the general dark tone of violence and regret that are more pervasive than on-screen violence. Language is constant, strong, and not always called for (in fact, not usually called for). There is a fairly extended scene involving cocaine use and drinking is seen throughout the film. In Bruges is a very funny, if also very strangely dark and melancholy, film, and is worth a watch if you like dark comedies.