Psycho

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Buttonsy
There are taxidermy birds in this movie.
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Does an animal die?
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clovis
they didn't die during the movie, but there are a lot of stuffed birds.
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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Omnipastel
there is eye horror (you see a skull with hair and skin on it but no eyes
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PlatoCrawford
Not shown during the course of the film.
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Does a kid die?
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connoremsley
It does, and a very well known one, in fact! The Icon for Is there a shower scene" on this site is ripped right from this movie.
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clovis
A woman is being watched without her knowledge in one scene.
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Erica Lee Berquist
There is the discussion of institutionalizing a mentally ill person.
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Erica Lee Berquist
There's a scene where Marion is eating and Norman compliments her on the fact that she is eating like a bird. I'm not sure if this would trigger someone?
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Buttonsy
It depends on if you find showers claustrophobic.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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LauraS
A character is incorrectly referred to as a “transvestite” for a brief moment
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clovis
not hate speech per se, but old, outdated terms for mentally ill and transgender people that have negative connotations today.
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PlatoCrawford
The very name of the film is ableist (although it might not have been problematic at the time) and some of the psychology discussed at the end would probably be considered ableist today.
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Buttonsy
No homophobia, but slight transphobia with the use of the outdated term "transvestite".
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