Reviving Ophelia
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Sex & Nudity

During one scene, a mother walks into a room to catch her daughter giving a boy oral sex. Nothing is seen, but it was clear what they were doing.

There's a lovemaking scene between the main boyfriend and girlfriend. No body parts are shown, but the scene is lingering and lightly steamy.

Violence & Gore

Elizabeth is hit violently by her boyfriend at one point, a brief and hard slug in the face that leaves her nose spreading blood all over her face. He hits her earlier in the film too, but we don't see the punch, just the large bruise on her face afterward. It knocked her out and she woke up in the hospital.

At one point the girls are watching a movie that shows women screaming and being chased, sometimes knocked down, by gory zombies.

Profanity

There are some lighter cuss words, like as* and d*mn, but they're used usually in angry scenes, such as when Elizabeth's father threatens to rip her boyfriend's d*mn head off and break every bone in his body. Other than this, there are some crude references to oral sex.

Nothing but adults drinking wine at home.

Other than the scenes mentioned in the violence category, the intense scenes show Elizabeth's abusive boyfriend yelling at her and threatening to kill her or himself. *Spoiler* At one point he pulls a gun out and threatens a murder/suicide.

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