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Parents Guide for
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A man and a woman kiss in the beginning of the movie and later on they are seen sleeping on a couch until morning, sex is implied but no nudity is seen at all.

Some bullying is seen early in the movie and at various times later on.

2 realistic fights between two men arguing.

A woman is involved in an accident and is seen being wheeled on a gurney through a hospital hallway, she has bruises on her face around her left eye.

A man grabs a child and pushes him aggressively against the wall.

A child smashes a guitar over a man's head.

They use the word "Sh*t". The cellist uses the "F" word when she struggles playing the piece on the cello. The street performing children in NYC use the word damn numerous times.

Heavy drinking by the Irish band.

See Violence and Gore category.

The police raid a condemned building containing many at-risk street kids and chase many of them through the area.

We see the police chase a young character through the subway tunnels.

There is some bullying, arguing and intimidation at several points throughout the film.

Rated PG for some thematic elements, mild violence and language (certificate no. 43048)

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