The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Movie • 2012 • Drama  Report
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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KennedyKelly
Not explicitly talked about but you can infer that Bob is addicted to drugs
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LSD. Weed edibles and smoked.
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A character used to abuse alcohol at a young age.
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immoralillegalorfattening
A kid's death is refrenced, but not shown.
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KennedyKelly
Sam kisses Charlie because she wants his first kiss to be by “someone who loves him” (she was r*ped at a young age) while she is dating Craig, but Craig ends up cheating on her later.
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A very close family member dies, though not child or parent.
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CaitlinBelleIsle
No but Charlie has a very clingy and obsessive, but never abusive, girlfriend
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ijustsettheworldonfire
One of the characters has a breakdown after some repressed memories resurface
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kagstobio1
Charlie attempts suicide towards the end of the book/film but he does ultimately survive and is in recovery at the end of the story.
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jazzmontesdeoca
however, there's a weird, very short joke about bulimia
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mad_melody
No one is gaslighted, but at the end of the movie/book, the protagonist recalls traumatic memories that had been suppressed about someone he looked up to.
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Moviefan8
There are in a scene cut from the film so if you’re looking for those be careful
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Non-graphic depictions of child sexual abuse
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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AjStewart
It is implied, but not specifically shown that a male character was abused by a female relative when he was younger. He repressed the abuse but eventually remembers and his family becomes aware..
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CaitlinBelleIsle
no but a gay boy is beaten by his father for being caught with another boy
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FeathertailSilverstripe
Homophobic speech used between teens in an argument/fight scene
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CaitlinBelleIsle
a gay character calls himself the F slur multiple times
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Quick scene of a character driving and being killed in an accident
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series_of_unfortunate_events
A character is revealed to have been molested by his aunt when he was a young child
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FeathertailSilverstripe
Domestic violence between a father and son referenced and spoken about in direct correlation with homophobia One teen slaps their partner semi-offscreen - the cut is made so that the blow is not seen, but it is heard, and we see a character's reaction to watching it, and the aftermath of the strike
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Moviefan8
It’s a very big part of the story and is referred to a lot
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Brief fistfight between high schoolers
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