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Parents Guide for
The Mirror (1975) More at IMDbPro »Zerkalo (original title)

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Infrequent, mild references.

A woman is taking a shower. For about a second, the side of her right breast is visible.

A man's buttocks are shown once, during newsreel footage.


Newsreel footage, including war and bombardment scenes. No blood. A brief scene in which Hitler's dead body is seen, as part of it; some blood.

In another black-and-white sequence with newsreel footage, an atomic bomb explodes in slow-motion.

People duck and go to the ground after a young boy throws what they believe to be a hand grenade, although it turns out to be a fake.

A woman kills a chicken off-screen. This is obviously not shown, but still disturbing.




Mild alcohol drinking and references.

Frequent smoking.


The atmosphere of this film as a whole is surrealist and ambiguous. It may be frightening and/or disturbing for young children, especially since they're unlikely to understand the film's subtle meanings and themes.

NR. Suggested MPAA rating: PG-13 for brief partial nudity, war footage, and smoking. Recommended for 15 and up.

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