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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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Sex & Nudity

Whilst no sexual activity is seen on screen, it is heavily implied throughout.

The school's "Posh Totty" clique is overtly sexually aggressive, with the girls walking around in skimpy lingerie.

The headmistress and the minister kiss and make love -- it's not graphic, but you do see his naked rear end..

An older schoolgirl is seen adjusting her disheveled clothing after 'getting information' from a security expert.

There are references to 'shagging'.

A con-artist poses as a homosexual and receives a 'come on' from another male looking to exploit him.

An older man ends up with his trousers round his ankles in his underwear as a result of a comedic misdemeanor in the presence of half-dressed schoolgirls who mistake it for spying and sexual activity.

One thinly veiled reference to oral sex during a one sided telephone conversation from a schoolgirl.

An schoolgirl winks at an older man.

A new girl in the school is tricked into running through the corridors naked while viewed by others on surveillance, although nudity is obscured.

A dog rubs vigorously against a man's leg and it's ejaculation is implied.

Violence & Gore

At the "worst school in Britain," girls are held by their ankles over stair rails, dragged around by farm equipment, etc.

Scene of a rather violent field hockey match with scenes such as a ball being deliberately swung at a rival character's head as well as an angry character bulling and head-butting rival pupils during the match.

An animal is kicked out a window and flies/falls into a lawnmower (although no details of it's demise are shown).

The younger girls make bombs for an elaborate heist that the students have concocted to steal a Vermeer painting.

The phys ed skills include target shooting with semi-automatic weapons.

Profanity

Characters behave profainly throughout. There are refrences to shagging and older pupils are seen behaving with sexual motives. A charecter mistakes the word 'count' for a vulgar word for vagina, replying 'He sounds like one'.

Alcohol use implied in most scenes.

Younger schoolgirls brew alcohol illegally while an older schoolgirl tests it.

A celebratory school party's aftermath reveals scattered beer and spirit bottles and pupils passed out.

An older character refers to nights out implying either drug or alcohol use.

Schoolgirls lace rival pupils drinks with hallucinogenic drugs and the effects of this are treated comically.

A female character twice offers 'upper and downers' to older characters in the film in the presence of minors, the second of which has results that are treated comically.

The headmistress is seen lighting what appears to be a large joint.

Nothing of concern. But it may inspire younger children incorrectly.

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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, drug and alcohol content, sexual material and language
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