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Parents Guide for
Kolya (1996) More at IMDbPro »Kolja (original title)

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A main character grabs a woman's butt while she singing, making her yell. The same man lifts her skirt from behind with a bow from a cello in a later scene.

A man and women are seen in bed together and talk about how good the sex was. They appear to be nude but nothing is shown. Later she mentions in a phone call that she left her underpants behind, and we see that a child found them.

The main character tries to have sex with a willing and much younger female student, but they are interrupted while he is in the act of taking her underpants off. A bare breast is briefly shown.

We see a young boy nude from the front and back as he is getting in and out of a bathtub. His genitals are briefly seen.

The movie is in Czech and Russian with English subtitles. "S**t" is said at least twice (subtitled).

Several adults smoke cigarettes in the film.

There are several scenes in which adults drink alcohol, and in two of these scenes there are people who appear intoxicated.

There are several funerals (of people we never meet) which end with a coffin sliding behind automatic doors that may be disturbing to some.

Many large military vehicles pass on the road, but the civilians seem more annoyed than frightened.

A policeman speaks in a threatening way during an interrogation, but there is no violence.

A young child is separated from his guardian in a subway station, and the usual emotions that accompany that scenario ensue.

Rated PG-13 for some sensuality

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