Klaus

Movie • 2019 • Animation  Report
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ProfessorProcyon
There are dead fish, and a few animal skeletons. However, there isn't anything too graphic.
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ProfessorProcyon
There aren't any dogs in the movie, aside from the Krum family's pet dogs. They don't die, though.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but there's a whale skeleton.
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HWilliams
A horse is old and pulls a sled too heavy for it, but it is fine and treated well otherwise (just tired). The moment is purely meant to be comical.
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ProfessorProcyon
There is a horse that pulls a carriage, but it doesn't die.
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ProfessorProcyon
There aren't any cats in the movie.
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A cockroach crawls out of a dolls head about 20 minutes into the movie
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
There IS a spider. Ignore the No's. It doesn't do anything, though - and it's animated. :)
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Dead fish are cut/chopped/sliced up.
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HWilliams
Jesper lands in a fireplace, but only has his coattails set on fire.
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HWilliams
No broken bones, but cartoon injuries (example: falling from high place, implied broken bones, but getting back up seconds later)
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ProfessorProcyon
Spoiler: There is a mention that Klaus's old wife, Lydia, died of an unspecified illness. She wasn't a parent (in fact, that's kind of what makes this even more upsetting), but I still want to point that out.
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Does a kid die?
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ProfessorProcyon
Mild spoiler: There's a scene where it's believed that numerous toys fell off a cliff, but they turned out to have just been wrapped firewood.
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A man is having a bath when someone knocks over the house he’s in. Bubbles and scrubbing but nothing else
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HWilliams
Klaus's wife's spirit implied to follow him, guiding him in the right direction in the form of wind and snow.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Someone spits discreetly at one point towards the end of the movie. I only noticed because the subtitles said "(spits)".
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dreamfast
no, but there are a few g*gging scenes.
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HWilliams
They aren't used, per say, but one front yard has spikes in the front to ward off neighbors (no one actually touches the spikes). Being an animated movie, the spikes aren't realistic. The scene with the fish shop and meeting Klaus for the first time also has some hooks present (again, not used).
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ProfessorProcyon
Spoiler: Klaus's wife is indirectly mentioned to have died from a disease. Although the illness is never specified and it's fairly unlikely that it was from cancer, I still feel like it's important to mention.
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luluGogo
There is implied gaslighting in the start of the movies.
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HWilliams
Klaus mentions his wife failing to have a child, but it is not explained any further. (Unknown whether abortion, miscarriage, or fertility issue)
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HWilliams
Possibly-- Klaus and his wife fail to have children, but it is not elaborated on.
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ProfessorProcyon
No, but there's a mention that Klaus's wife died sometime after they failed to have children.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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hopethishelps
No, but a little into the movie the main character shouts «Thanks dad!» repeatedly which can become troubling for some.
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HWilliams
Only one-- Jesper describes Klaus as being "a... statue.. of a man" (or something along those lines). Easy to miss. Two background characters are also on the larger side, and presented as comic relief in some scenes.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Perhaps a hint. One character thinks another character's behaviour is crazy, but since he's afraid of him, he says, "Wow... That's... totally normal! Not a sign of any mental illness or anything" - obviously really being of the opinion that it must be.
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KobiReichard
Klaus takes a very comfortable and sweet view of the Santa mythology. Could be argued that showing Santa as a once living man might spoil certain beliefs of the Santa myth. Overall though very sweet and true to the feeling of Christmas and Santa
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HWilliams
Bittersweet ending-- Klaus dies, but lives on through the spirit of Christmas. Every year, Jesper sees him again, delivering toys. Everyone is happy.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
One child appears to be locked up in his room or house some/most of the time, but the situation is unclear. We do see him play outside, so it's sort of confusing.
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HWilliams
There are nooses, but no hangings.
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ProfessorProcyon
There are falls from high places, but no one dies.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No one is shot.
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HWilliams
There are fish bones and a little blood, but nothing intense.
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HWilliams
A sled crashes. Being an animated movie, everyone is fine (except the sled), and it's more comical than anything else.
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