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The Virgin Suicides
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Contains some mild sexual references and very mild innuendo throughout the film.

Two characters kiss passionately on three separate occasions. On one occasion, it is implied that the two characters have had sex (by fading to the "morning after"), however, the act itself is not portrayed on screen.

Violence & Gore

There are a few characters who commit suicide throughout the film, however, the actual occurrences are not portrayed on-screen. The lifeless bodies of those who have committed suicide are later found by other characters throughout the film.

Profanity

Contains a single use of mild coarse language (i.e. "shit").

One character is briefly seen smoking marijuana.

Other characters smoke and/or drink casually throughout the film, including teenagers.

The film deals with strong themes.

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Rated R for strong thematic elements involving teens

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