Soul

Movie • 2020 • Animation  Report
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The soul of a cat (not killed, a different soul took its body) is shown heading towards the Great Beyond.
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ProfessorProcyon
There are no dogs in the movie.
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Does an animal die?
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The cat is seen alive in the end with its soul very much attached.
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ProfessorProcyon
There aren't even any horses seen.
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Eratosthenese
The cats soul is only temporarily displaced. It is eventually returned to the body.
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Are there bugs?
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There's a scene with an electric razor and a barber scene.
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ProfessorProcyon
The main character's father is deceased, but it's only indirectly mentioned.
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Does a kid die?
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ProfessorProcyon
Technically yes, but nothing is shown onscreen other than the showerhead turning on.
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ProfessorProcyon
The main antagonist of the movie attempts to track down the main character, however.
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If you count representation of human souls as ghosts, then the whole movie applies here.
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Lagnus
The main protagonist has his body controlled by another soul
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A character's soul returns to its body inside a hospital.
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ProfessorProcyon
There are some IVs shown for a few seconds, but there aren't any close-ups on them.
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WesleyTWilburn
It’s complicated because there is a scene that a character technically gaslights the “villain” but it was just a funny scene that doesn’t cause harm to the villain but actually helps the main character
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ryanthedemiboy
No, but the premise of the movie is the main character trying to get back Into their body, and for some of it, someone else is controlling their body.
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WesleyTWilburn
There is a scene where a soul is brought into the real world and is frightened by everything around them but is shortly out of the attack
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ryanthedemiboy
Technically yes. But it's a case of a literal unborn soul in a guy's body, and gets referred to as said guy and with he/him pronouns. However, since the soul occupying it has never been born, they don't have a gender, so pronouns are kind of [shrug emoji]? But it's because they're literally in a body that isn't theirs. It doesn't appear to bother or distress them in any way, or even to catch the soul's attention.
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ProfessorProcyon
A bit of a strange question for this movie. Even though his soul is taken out of his body, he ends up surviving. It should also be noted that most of the main characters are black, so it isn't meant to be this trope.
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ProfessorProcyon
No, but it seems like it's going to end on a rather sad note at one point.
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ryanthedemiboy
No, but there is a chase scene in New York City, so there are some serious close calls
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A person falls into a manhole. Nothing graphic is shown, they just disappear, and they don't die. It's while they're on the phone.
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ryanthedemiboy
No, but as there's a foot chase scene in NYC, there are close calls
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