The film CRASH is nominated for six Academy Awards, but it's already won an award as the Most Profane Film Of The Year from a conservative American group. Movie watchdog group Family Media Guide, which tracks incidences of profanity, sex, violence and tobacco use in films, gave Crash the Most Profane award. The movie, about racial tension in Los Angeles, contains 182 expletives, 62 incidents of violence and 16 incidences containing sexual content, according to the organisation.
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