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Drive Me Crazy
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Sex references typical of a PG-13 teen film.

A girl sits on her bed in a bra, visible only briefly.

A teenage boy tries to force himself on a teenage girl, who resists. The driver, also a teenage boy, stops the car and pulls the other boy off, but gets slammed against the car and knocked to the ground. When the first boy tries to get up, the girl sprays mace in his eyes.

Teenagers drink at a party. One young man is seen smoking marijuana out of a chemistry vial.

Rated PG-13 for teen alcohol and drug use, and for language

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