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HaloCollies
There are no dogs in the movie, Neither tethered nor actual dogs. There are a lot of bunnies who are all over the ground, but do not die onscreen.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Ollie2
Spoiler: It is mentioned that The Tetherds lives off raw rabbit flesh. Lots and lots of live rabbits are shown underground, both caged and roaming free. There is a brief shot where a girl walks past an eating room. You can see people eating raw meat, you can see live rabbits hopping on the dinner tables, and you can hear screams. No rabbit is shown being killed on screen, and no rabbit bodies are shown, but the screams, while quick, are a little disturbing.
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MaddyZ
Rabbits are eaten and are cloned.
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Shyyy
A spider is shown crawling across a table, it is very brief and the spider is small.
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andreag112394
There is only one scene with a spider, and it is brief.
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Does a cat die?
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wdya
A minor character is always drinking in an unhappy marriage, but it's played for laughs and she is not shown drunk.
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Silod
Note: character dies in silence and primarily off-screen.
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wdya
The primary weapon of the movie is shears, they are used commonly, and the viscera of their sound and appearance is emphasized.
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demarrdavis
while not finger or toe mutilation, a hand is impaled.
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LandoCalrissian
Gabe’s tethered, Abraham, breaks Gabe’s leg
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DaryaBlyednova
But there is a scene where eye mutilation is threatened/implied.
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davida
No head is squashed at any point but a character is beaten to death off-screen via repeated blows to her head.
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MaddyZ
All of the teatherd are torturing their counterpart
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LandoCalrissian
Red and Abraham (antagonists of the film) both die at the hands of the Wilsons. Josh and Kitty also die, as well as their tethered counterparts (Tex and Dahlia). All deaths (except Tex’s) are shown onscreen, although Kitty’s and Red’s deaths are particularly graphic.
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davida
All four child/teen tethereds featured die along with two human teenagers.
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01010011
No one cheats on a loved one in this movie.
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TiaEvans
Dragged away while fighting, choked and wake up handcuffed, it generally shows the kidnapping happening
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aaajohnson
there is, however, a plot-centric carnival
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dashofpuzzles
The "doubles" are first shown standing outside the family's house
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Benji
Some characters can somewhat control the movements of others
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Kingmiami
At the beginning
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IndigoBlue14
No but blood is shown dripping from a mouth.
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crabby
2 parents take their child to a therapist at the beginning, but she's not being held there or anything.
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crabby
not a hospital, but there is a scene near the beginning where they're in a therapist's office, and a scene near the end where they're in an ambulance.
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crabby
i mean... people have to kill a double of themself, but i don't think that counts as suicide.
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TiaEvans
Not necessarily deliberately, but a character expresses fears and it is attempted to be explained away in such a way that it feels like gaslighting
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wdya
Someone takes a pair of scissors to their face, and we watch them cut their cheek with an extreme close up.
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wdya
A couple of scenes take place in a tiny closet where the door locks characters in. The focus is not on the claustrophobia, but it may trigger those feelings.
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Silod
Female characters have a brief discussion of botox treatment and one of them clearly has self-image issues. Later, a tethered uses a scissors to cut herself roughly where botox would be injected after peering closely at another character's face.
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Emma
There are no strobes but as the mother is running down a flight of stairs with the camera following close behind, she entered a room with fast flickering lights.
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TiaEvans
No Shakey cam but one scene which does a full rotation and a scanning scene over lots of scenery which both could cause some motion sickness
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aaajohnson
it is discussed at length, but not even remotely shown
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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CosmicParkingLot
But a character hints at being assaulted, this is not shown and is only referenced as a back story once throughout the whole movie
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wdya
In a scene in the beginning, a man clearly wants to have sex with his wife. She doesn't, and the subject is changed. Nothing sexual is ever on screen.
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01010011
No misgendering occurs through the length of the movie.
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brahdway
... the song was F**k Tha Police, which is by a black artist, and the usage isn’t the hard R... lol
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Silod
A black character is the first to die on-screen. However, this film has a mostly black cast; he wasn't THE black guy. Chronologically, a white character a actually dies first.
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eyesinthehills
The n-word is in the lyrics of a song that plays during the movie. The song is by N.W.A., and as such, the lyric is rapped by a black man. The n-word is otherwise not used in the film and none of the characters say it.
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Xenoromantic
A child is singled by teenagers out for being "weird" in a way that could loosely imply he is not neurotypical but it's very brief and very broad to interpret.
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KatieChallacombe
It’s a very ambiguous ending not strictly happy or sad
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aaajohnson
there is no domestic violence, but one of the onscreen relationships is clearly unhealthy (for both parties)
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aaajohnson
additionally, it’s pretty easy to tell when a scene is going to get gruesome and look away
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wdya
Person A tries to run over Person B. Person B instead jumps on top of the car, and Person A manipulates the car until Person B flies off.
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TiaEvans
However there is a lot of strangulation with hands or other objects
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Silod
Children are imperiled and killed, but would not categorize as child abuse.
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wdya
Someone is thrown from a balcony and left for dead. They land quite loudly and grossly on a table.
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Crow75
A flare gun is used but it doesn't hit the target.
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wdya
No, but someone does die in water.
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aaajohnson
however, there is a car on fire
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TiaEvans
There are graphic depictions of manual strangulation
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