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Eye of the Dolphin
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

There is no sex or nudity in the film. Some of the characters are seen in skimpy swimsuits but the context is not sexual - it's functional. There is one scene of an unmarried man and woman waking up (clothed) in bed together. The teenage girl tosses her grandmother a contraceptive in one scene. A guy playfully pulls up on a woman's shorts. When a guy asks how he got a daughter. She replies "It's called sex, dad." Man is naked in water. Nothing is seen, boxer shorts are floating on water. Comment about "putting lead in his...".

Violence & Gore

There is no violence or gore in the movie.

Profanity

There is mild profanity in the film in 2 places. "What the h--l are you doing, Harker?" is the level and nature of the profanity. There is one occurance of the word "bulls**t". H*ck is used. The phrase "scre*d up is used.

There are two scenes of teen smoking and one of teen drinking. These are presented in the context of Alyssa being a troubled teen who later rights her course. These are the specific reason given by the MPAA for the PG-13 rating.

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for some substance abuse involving a young teen

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