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Temple builds a squeeze machine that she wants to keep in her college dorm, but professors don't let her keep it because they think that it is sexual, but there is no discussion of sex nor does the machine resemble any sort of sex toy. There is no nudity and no foul language. There are scenes in which male chauvinistic attitude towards a woman's intelligence and ability plays a significant part in what the protagonist has to overcome.

Steer testicles (and other body parts) are thrown onto a woman's windshield. She claims that she's eaten them before and that the men who put them there wasted them.

A large part of the film deals with slaughtering animals, but no gore is shown on screen.

3 cattle are murdered when cattle handlers who have no understanding of why Temple's cattle dip design is different try to change it to something closer to what they were used to, and as a result, accidentally kill the cattle that run through it.

The film has no profanity.

The main character has autism.

A supporting character dies

This film should be fine for children over 8.

Rated TVPG for: Adult Content.(HBO advisory)

Canada:14A (Canadian Home Video rating) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Netherlands:12 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:All / Sweden:11 (DVD rating) / UK:PG / USA:TV-PG

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