Kirikou et la sorcière
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Kirikou and the Sorceress (1998) More at IMDbPro »Kirikou et la sorcière (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Although this is a film that is ideal for children and families to watch together, it contains several instances of naturalised nudity of adults and children. All of the nudity is completely non-sexualised, and is the kind featured in National Geographic documentaries about Africa. You see a lot of breast nudity, and some brief (but still noticeable) male nudity on both Kirikou as a (male) child and the older men in the film too.

Violence & Gore

None whatsoever! However, Kirikou does use a knife on several occasions to defend himself and his friends.

Profanity

No bad language of any kind!

No depictions of alcohol, drugs or smoking.

Whilst there is nothing overtly frightening or intense, the very, very young or the very, very sensitive child, may find the idea of a boat that wants to kidnap then kill the children a little scary. Ditto, when Kirikou is burrowing his way to the Sorceress's temple, and he comes into contact with a wild badger-like animal that threatens and attacks the youngster.

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