An Inconvenient Truth
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Sex & Nudity

A line drawing on Greek pottery shows a nude warrior exposed.

Violence & Gore

A cartoon "sun beam" gets ganged on and beaten up by many cartoon "greenhouse gas characters and there are images of characters dying and fighting to survive Global Warming.

Profanity

None.

An animated little girl mentions that her dad gets mad after drinking in the morning. Gore mentions drunken trees, but assures the audience that the trees have not drunk alcohol.

A cartoon frog is used to illustrate reactions to changing environments. It is first dropped into very hot water, where it hops out but almost died. Then it is put into cool water that is slowly heated, but it is rescued before it is harmed in any way.

The discussion of Gore's son's car accident might be intense for some viewers.

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Rated PG for mild thematic elements

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