Die unendliche Geschichte
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Parents Guide for
The NeverEnding Story (1984) More at IMDbPro »Die unendliche Geschichte (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

No sex. There are two nude sphinx statues with female breasts clearly shown.

Violence & Gore

Mild animal death scene, when Artax drowns in the swamps. May be upsetting to children. ( He comes back to life and all is well).

A knight in armor is "zapped" by the golden sphynxes. His charred face is later shown up close on camera.

Blood is shown when Atreyu slaughters Gmork.




Under today's standards, this film is quite mature for kids, but by no means inappropriate. Adult advise is strongly suggested, since the fantastic ambient goes darker and more philosophically dense towards the end of the film.

People may find the horse's death ( he comes back to life and all is well), the image of the burnt face of the knight, and the blood Gmork is killed to be upsetting.

The appearance of Gmork is very frightening.

Not for under 7s, due to fantasy violence.

PG-13 for fantasy violence, frightening images and brief nudity.

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