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Parents Guide for
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The film is unrated, but would probably be rated:

PG-13- Disturbing Thematic Elements

No sex/nudity, just a few minor references (that sort of hint at sexual material)

Very mild violence but still very disturbing. There are intense scenes that involve children. Most violence is implied and not fully seen. Theres a great deal of obvious murderous (or aleast harmful) intent

a couple of minor swear words, mainly british coursing

an underage girl smokes In Several different scenes. She says that shes 14 years old.

A girl is seen dead in a bath but the nanny talks ot her as if she was really alive. A character with a week heart is purposely exicted so that she'll become ill. A woman is posioned at first you think that her son was the culrpit. A young boy pretends to have hung himself in order to scare an old woman.


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