The Shape of Water

Movie • 2017 • Drama  Report
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idk_if_helpful
The fish creature eats a cat's head on-screen, then tosses the rest away
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Justine Atkins
There are no dogs in The Shape Of Water.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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A cat is killed. He is eaten by the amphibian
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CharlieCharlie
This is a hard one, since the amphibian man is technically an animal. He is shown being abused and tortured. Otherwise, all animals in the film are cared and loved for :)
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Are there bugs?
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Todd Manning
Ahhh!!! If you’re a cat person once it gets to the scene where he gets out of the tub and the older man is asleep on the toilet - cover your eyes and ears for about 3 minutes.
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idk_if_helpful
The main antagonist liberally uses painkillers
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Berry
The main antagonist is constantly consuming painkillers after an accident with the fish man
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Sam Anderson
Oh my god there is so much finger mutilation.
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SEAGULLaahh
The fish dude gets tortured by the security chief and Elisa has to helplessly watch him suffer.
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rotbrains
near the end a man gets shot in the face and his eye starts to bleed and kinda go upwards, nasty.
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hearmemeep
No cutting that I noticed, but there are some scars that look like cut marks across the main character's neck that she received as a child. The creature does accidentally scratch one of the characters when startled, causing claw marks across their arm.
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a man loses his fingers and they are reattached
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pocketbee
a man makes (harassing) sexual advances to a woman, while he's already married and has kids
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hearmemeep
Technically yes, as one character who possibly dies off-screen is a father.
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Does a kid die?
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Crow75
The water creature was kidnapped by the military and brought to the facility.
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CharlieCharlie
The antagonist of the film hunts down the antagonist once he learns her identity. He enters her home and breaks things - could be triggering.
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Mary Magpie
Quite a bit of nudity (mostly from main character) in this film. She is shown naked in a tub masturbating twice. She gets naked again and gets in the shower with the creature. She's also naked again with him in the bathroom shortly after.
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Maureen Broderick Walters
Fairly mild jump scares
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CharlieCharlie
Yes, when the man removes his fingers.
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hearmemeep
Couple of times you think someone might be about to vomit, but they never do. I didn't notice anyone spitting, though I could be wrong.
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Corellon
A cattle prod is used as torture, but no therapy is involved.
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Katelyn Wernet
At one point a security guard (minor character) is injected in the neck with a hypodermic needle.
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Lachesis
Shouldn't we consider the scene where the bad guy torns his own rotten fingers out self harm?
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Does a baby cry?
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Katelyn Wernet
There is nudity. There are two female masturbation scenes. There is a heterosexual s*x scene. Anda major plot is the consensual sexual/romantic relationship between the fish man and the female main character.
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Corellon
The villain has sex with his wife that is initially very consensual, but when she starts to express discomfort, he covers her mouth with a grotesquely wounded and bloody hand and keeps going.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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CharlieCharlie
No slurs, but a character is homophobic to a gay man.
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pocketbee
black people thrown out of white spaces & belittled, anti-jewish remark, ableism, homophobia. and other racist comments.
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CharlieCharlie
No black people die in this movie.
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pocketbee
ableist remarks against the main mute character, ableist fetishization from her boss. she is also shown singing (stereotype of disabled people becoming abled in their dreams/fantasies)
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pocketbee
a white bad guy uses a bad term for jewish people, and refers to anti-semitism in a pretty dismissive way
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CharlieCharlie
No, but this movie does show a homophobic scene. A gay man is told to leave a restaurant (this movie does take place in 1950's America).
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Elizabeth Nelson
They end up together in the end
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Maureen Broderick Walters
A sideswipe to a parked car for humor
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idk_if_helpful
The main antagonist continues to have sex with his wife even when she starts objecting
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azira
A primary source of gore is one of the characters having his fingers bitten off, reattached, and them subsequently rotting off throughout the film (in one scene, he rips them off and throws them at another character). In another scene, a character shoots another through the cheek and sticks his finger through it, pulling him up by the wound. Very squicky, not for the squeamish.
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CharlieCharlie
Yes at least 5 people are shot by the antagonist.
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Eric2
Someone is underwater for a good amount of time, they are definitely *not* drowning though and are in fact quite clearly having a nice time
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