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There is no sex or nudity in this film.

Zip (Derek Mio) talks about girls with is buddy, Hog (Marcus Toji); he accuses Hog of having "a harem." Zip says, about a girl, Rose, "I wonder if she's a good kisser." Hog replies (as he's checking out some other girls, "Which one?"

There is no violence or gore in this film.

There is no profanity in this film (the closest that is heard is "What the heck").

There is no alcohol, drugs or smoking in this film.

There are no frightening or intense scenes in this film.

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