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Once Upon a Forest
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Michelle's parents are found dead in their home due to poisonous gas.

The furlings are attacked by an owl with one eye.

There's a scene where the driver throws his glass bottle on the highway and breaks the glass. This causes the truck driver to crash his toxic truck and release poisonous gas killing the animals in the forest.

There's a scene in which the three main characters are hunted by a big, menacing owl, which could be very scary to smaller children.

The scene where Michelle finds her parents dead might be frightening to smaller children.

For the majority of the film, the main characters believe everyone who lives in their forest home, including their parents, are dead.

At the end of the film, Michelle, who is a very young child, has to be informed that her parents are dead, this scene may be very upsetting.

In spite of the cover of the video, this is a very sad film, it is however suitable for all audiences.

Suggested MPAA rating: Rated PG for some peril, disturbing scenes.


Certification:
Australia:G / Canada:G (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Quebec) / Canada:F (Ontario) / Iceland:L / Singapore:G / UK:U / USA:G (No. 32064)

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