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Parents Guide for
The Sea Inside (2004/I) More at IMDbPro »Mar adentro (original title)

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A drunk man is shown trying to kiss a woman as she slaps him.

A man reaches into a woman's blouse.

A woman is seen bathing from behind.

Several scenes of intimate kissing.


The desire and battle for the right to commit suicide is the main focus of the story.

A man is shown breaking his neck in a diving accident in numerous flashbacks.

A woman looks at what is evidently poison, with the thought of killing herself.

Ramon drinks a mixture of potassium cyanide and we watch him slowly die.


Occasional uses of minor offensive terms such as "assholes" etc


A few scenes with smoking but very briefly.

One scene brief scene takes in a bar but we see no consumption of alcohol whatsoever.


The story of this film is about a paralysed man wanting to end his life. This is a very harsh topic and should be viewed by mature audiences. The scene where Ramon kills himself can be extremely upsetting.

Rated PG-13 for intense depiction of mature thematic material

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