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A woman takes an underage boy home. They make out on the bed and sex is implied. The boy is seen in the bed in the morning in his underwear and changes on screen. In an argument, a teenage boy announces that his mother has sex with men in his dad's car.

A man with mental problems has cross dressing issues.

A woman states to a retired actress that "she is huge on the gay scene"

A woman accuses a teenage boy to be gay in public.

A boy is seen in a bath tub


A woman is run over by a car off screen. She is shown in the hospital afterwards.

A woman is choked, then it's revealed it was just pretend.


This movie has quite a bit of cursing for a PG-13 film.

The F-Word is frequently uttered, (about 15 times) but is never used as a sexual term.

Several other uses of b*st*rd, h*ll, and d*mn.


An underage teen boy is offered wine several times. Even though he states he's underage, he always drinks it.

A teen boy is given a beer bottle, but he doesn't drink out of it.

A mother believes an older woman has drugged her teenage son.


Many parts of the film (ecspecially near the end) are quite intense and involve a boy having to deal with his parent's divorice. There are a few scenes where characters argue, yell, and curse at each other.

27/50- Recomended for Children 14 and Up

suggested rating R for language and sexual content.

Rated PG-13 for language, sexual content and some thematic material

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