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Parents Guide for
The Sky Crawlers (2008) More at IMDbPro »Sukai kurora (original title)

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We see a woman and man nude in bed and it's implied that they just had sex.

There is a brief gory scene at the start of the film in which a pilot ejects from his destroyed aircraft during a dogfight only to be shot to pieces by a machine gun from another aircraft.

There are scenes of aerial combat thoughout the film.

A dead body from a plane crash is seen covered up and is carried away.

Near the end of the film a pilot gets shot while inside the cockpit of his aircraft during a dogfight and blood is briefly shown inside of his cockpit window.

There are two mild curses, "goddamn" and "dammit."

Most of the main characters smoke cigarettes.

There is heavy cigarette smoking thoughout the whole film.

Some of the male character's drink beers.

A woman drinks a lot of wine at a restaurant and becomes intoxicated from it.

The aerial deaths are pretty intense.

Some rather chilly moments, and the car make-out scene may rattle a few viewers (even though no skin is shown).

A few guns are pointed at people.

Rated PG-13 for material involving violence, some sexual content and smoking

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