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What Dreams May Come
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Parents Guide for
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Some kissing scenes.

A woman jumps into a lake nude (seen from far).

A men says that he likes his wife's breasts.

A man is hit by a car (not seen).

Around 3 F words and some S words.

Annie says she started smoking. You see a cigarette in her hand.

Children are killed and we see their coffins. A main character is then killed.

A man's wife committed suicide (off screen) and is put in Hell as a result..

Hell is scary in this film. It has jump scenes and disturbing images. There's a pool of talking pale heads on the ground.

Three men are driving a boat when suddenly scary looking people come out of the sea and attack them. They tilt the boat and the men are drowning.


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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements involving death, some disturbing images and language

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