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Grizzly Man
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Parents Guide for
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Some very brief and mild sexual references.

A man listens to a tape of two people being killed and eaten by a grizzly bear. He is visibly disturbed, and a woman who knows the people on the tape sits nearby and cries; we do not hear the tape.

A coroner describes in detail the injuries two people sustained after being attacked and killed by a bear.

A man talks about finding a bear eating a man's remains.

Some scenes show the remains of dead animals which can be upsetting.

A man is almost attacked by several large grizzly bears.

Two bears fight violently for several minutes, which can be upsetting, but both walk away with only minor injuries.

The word "fuck" is used over 50 times, almost all in one scene.

A brief reference to marijuana. The subject of the film tells of the main person's history of alcoholism and subsequent recovery.

Some scenes when people talk about the attack are disturbing.


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Rated R for language
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