Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
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Sex & Nudity
- In the nude scene, we partially see her frontal nudity (breasts, etc.). Brief glimpses of nipple areas are visible in the scene. Very little pubic hair/region is visible.
- Ted and Phyllis lie naked in bed, presumably after having sex; she leaves the room fully nude and talks to Billy as she struggles to cover herself (we see one of her breasts, her buttocks, and little of her pubic region).
Violence & Gore
- Violence is infrequent and usually occurs in the form of tense arguments.
- A man grabs his young son and carries him, kicking and screaming, to his bed; they argue and the boy continues to cry and scream, "I want my Mommy!"
- A young boy falls off a jungle gym and cuts his face on the ground (we see a lot of blood on his face); his father rushes him to the hospital (blood is visible on their clothing and rubs off on the father's face) and we see the boy expressing pain and discomfort as a doctor stitches the wound; a bloody bandage is shown on his face afterwards and a scar is visible later in the film.
- A man and a woman argue and the man throws a glass against a wall next to the woman, shattering it. This scene is intense because it is unexpected and happens quickly.
- A man calls his young son a "little shit".
- 3x Sh*t, 2x Damn/G*ddamn
- A couple instances of strong language occur in the film.
- (1) Jesus At least 5 scatological terms, 1 anatomical term.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- A few characters smoke cigarettes, including Joanna and Phyllis.
- Adult characters drink alcoholic beverages in several scenes.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The film can be emotionally intense for sensitive viewers, due to its mature themes (divorce, etc.).
- Some of these scenes are emotional.
- Some scenes in the film can be intense for sensitive viewers, particularly the glass shattering scene.
- Nothing harmful.