The Woman in the Window (2021) Poster

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MPAA Rated R for violence and language

Sex & Nudity

  • In the opening minutes, a woman changes into her robe. No nudity shown. Shortly thereafter, she is briefly shown from behind in her bra for about five seconds.

Violence & Gore

  • Some bloody kills including wounds, blood pools, stabbings, and murders. A car crash is seen but just some peril is shown.
  • Brief violence such as stabbings throughout the film, mostly from far away
  • A woman is seen being stabbed in the stomach from across the street. Blood smears on the window.
  • A man slaps his son in the face.
  • A man is stabbed with a kitchen knife. He is shown dead in a pool of blood.
  • A woman is stabbed with a garden fork in the face. The prongs of the fork pierce through her cheek.
  • A wine bottle is thrown into a man's face, lodging large and bloody shards of glass in his skin. We see him trying to pull them out.


  • Blasphemy, using the Lord's name in vain. Other curse words such as f-word too

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Very mild. Some wine drinking and implied alcoholism. Prescription drugs for mental illness shown. No drug abuse is shown.
  • You can watch it with friendship basically

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Some mildly bloody scenes. Implied murder shown from a distance, verbal confrontations, a car crash involving the death of a minor (off-camera) and domestic violence.
  • Canadian Rating: Rated 14A, Violence, Course Language, Disturbing Content


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Violence & Gore

  • A male falls through a glass ceiling. His disfigured dead body is shown on the floor.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A woman implies that she will kill herself by taking all of her pills at once.

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