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Cachorro
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Parents Guide for
Bear Cub (2004) More at IMDbPro »Cachorro (original title)

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The opening credits play superimposed on a pair of adult men haveing sex in a face-to-face position. A condom is used.

Frequent use of the F word

Adult characters are seen frequently drinking and smoking cigarettes.

A group of young teens gather in a bathroom stall to smoke a cigarette.

*SPOILER* It is implied at the end that the gay uncle may have died of AIDS while the boy is at school, but then he appears to pick him up at what turns out to be the grandmothers funeral.


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Rated R for sexuality, drug use and language

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