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Parents Guide for
Skellig: The Owl Man (2009) (TV) More at IMDbPro »Skellig (original title)

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No sex. No nudity, period!

A pregnant woman is seen.

A naked baby is seen, but it's not in a sexual way. The baby is just naked because it's sick and it has to be in an incubator.

Shirtless boys are seen in a swimming class and in a locker room.

Some kissing and hugging.

A boy is seen with an air-rifle. He then fights with the main character a few seconds later. The gun doesn't go off although I thought it would.

The main character is seen with a swollen face.

A man often says offensive and cruel things to a boy, but the man gradually becomes the boy's companion and stops being so nasty.

Characters tease a girl verbally.

Frequent arguing between a father and son.

A man kills and eats live beetles, slugs and bugs.

An elderly woman dies (off-screen).

A baby becomes ill and talk of her possible death often happens, to the point where characters break down and cry over it.

A woman cries out in pain and falls to the floor, after which her son has to call an ambulance.

A boy rescues an injured man from a burning shed. The man falls unconscious and has to be dragged out.

A boy is seen with a bloody nose. He jumps from a tower and nearly falls to his death, but Skellig rescues him.

An operating room with sharp surgical tools is seen briefly. This might frighten younger viewers.

A boy says the word bloody.

His father says "don't say bloody."

The boy then says "bloody, bloody, bloody, bloody, bloody, bloody, bloody, bloody!" the father then calls him a little s***. The scene is quite shocking.

Two boys mock another boy and his friend who they say is his girlfriend.

One fart joke and a character frequently belches at two children for some weird reason.

"shit, junkie, damn" are all said.

A character is seen drunk. Another is seen drinking, and taking painkillers.

Micheal tells his school friend that he saw what he believes is a sick hobo in the garage. His friend tells him that it was probably a junkie.

A man burns down a garage and a young boy goes inside of the burning building to save someone. A boy wants a man to fly but the man refuses, so the boy jumps off a cliff so the man will jump down after him and save him. The man saves the boy.

Rated PG for thematic elements, some peril and language
Netherlands:6 / Singapore:PG / UK:PG / USA:PG (certificate #46182)

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