Splendor in the Grass
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

No nudity.

No sex.

There is a lot of kissing.

There is some talk during the film by parents that their daughter had an abortion. The mother mentions that she had "one of those awful surgeries."

There is actually a good example set by a teenage girl who follows her mother's advice to avoid having sex with her boyfriend. The mother tells her that sex will ruin a marriage and that boys want to marry a nice girl. She also tells her that boys don't respect a girl that they can go all the way with.

A high school boy is in a relationship with a girl, who chooses to avoid having sex. During the film he is told by his father that he should find another girl who will fill his needs.

A father criticizes his daughter who had an abortion but he encourages his son to find a girl who will fill his (sexual) needs.

Violence & Gore

A man commits suicide during the Great Depression. This is not actually shown.

A girl dies in an automobile accident. This is not actually shown.


A girl in high school starts to smoke after she becomes severely depressed.

No drug use.

A girl into partying is shown smoking and drinking.

A girl attempts to commit suicide. She runs and jumps into dangerous water. When she is saved and in the hospital she speaks without making any sense. It might be disturbing to some.

A girl is taking a bath to relax and her mother comes in to talk to her. The girl becomes upset and acts as if she is trying to drown herself.

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Argentina:13 / Canada:PG / Finland:K-16 / Italy:16+ (original rating) / Italy:T (re-rating) (1979) / Sweden:15 / USA:Unrated / USA:Approved (PCA #19453) / USA:TV-14 (TV rating)

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