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Considering the fact this film has been made available for children, some of the film's animated segments contain scenes of full (both male and female) nudity, some of these scenes often played in a rather surreal matter. One of the much later cartoon segments has some references to sex, and has some very brief clips showing live-action nude women which are not explicitly shown.

In one live-action scene, it is implied two people make love inside a piano. This scene is rather comical.

Some of the animated segments contain some cartoon violence which are mostly humorous, and most of all surreal. Some of these scenes include: Mild death scenes and killings, characters being stomped on, explosions, burning, Earth being blown up in pieces due to war, ruins of a large building about to get demolished by a wrecking ball, and a green worm getting attacked by multiple monsters. The last cartoon sequence has some blood.

Some of the live-action scenes have some mild but comical violence as well.

Smoking occurs, mainly during the live-action sequences.

One of the later cartoon segments has some references to alcohol and drugs.

For a family-oriented movie which often has comedy, some of the animated segments contain some scenes which may be kinda dark, scary or sad for young children.

The animated segment featuring a lonely cat may be depressive and sad for some viewer.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG / Germany:6 / Italy:T / UK:A (original rating) / UK:PG (video) / USA:PG

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