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The Waterdance
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Two people (one of them disabled) try to have sex in a hospital room even though others are also in the room. (The woman pulls the curtain around the man's bed so that they can't be seen.) The couple, who is not nude, has to stop when the man's urinary bag starts to leak; You then see a man laying completely naked in bed holding his genitals but not covering them so they are visible, very graphic.. Heavy breathing, but no moaning, is heard in this scene.



A man visits a strip club.

Violence & Gore

A man nearly crashes a car.

Profanity

Some swearing. Also some racial insults.

Parts of the film are intense because of the issue of adjusting to disability, and the ending is somewhat depressing.

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Rated R for language and sensuality

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