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Les choristes
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Parents Guide for
The Chorus (2004) More at IMDbPro »Les choristes (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

The children in the movie talk several times about seeing girls naked. A boy sings a song about masturbation.

Violence & Gore

A man is cut by some glass (off screen) and we see his face bleeding. Two boys fight in a laundry room and one of them says, "I'll rearrange your face." A boy attempts to strangle a man after the man repeatedly slaps him on the face.

Profanity

The S-word is used twice. The F-word is also used twice. The D-word is used at least once.

A couple of mischievous pupils sing a song below the headmaster's window, which makes reference to his c*ck (in the English sub-titles).

Some of the older children smoke in this movie.

Several possibly frightening and disturbing scenes. One of the characters especially speaks and acts offensively. This movie is not for the children.

Reference is made to a former pupil committing suicide.

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for some language/sexual references and violence

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