Pearl

Movie • 2022 • Horror  Report
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Santz9
A character stabs a goose that wanders into a barn with a pitchfork off-screen. Cries from the goose can be heard and the limp, bloody body is later shown and fed to an alligator.
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cherry
a goose is killed, it’s not really seen as a pet though
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GuacaMickey
Maggots crawl over a cooked pig that was left out for multiple days. Multiple up close shots of the maggots writhing.
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Santz9
A goose is killed off-screen with a pitchfork in the opening minutes of the movie after a character feeds the other farm animals. The cries of the goose can be heard and its limp bloody body is shown, still attached to the pitchfork, before being fed to an alligator in a pond. A character also takes a fertile alligator egg from a nest and squishes it with their bare hands.
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Does an animal die?
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Santz9
A character stabs a goose that wanders into the barn with a pitchfork. The kill itself is off-screen but the cries of the goose can be heard, and its body is later shown and fed to an alligator. This first act happens within the first five minutes of the movie. Later, this same character also squishes a fertile alligator egg after mentioning how they hate it when the farm cow, Charlie, stares at them. This act occurs shortly after they are told "Life doesn't always turn out the way you expect" by a parent of theirs.
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Does a cat die?
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Santz9
A character and one of their parents get into a brief physical altercation at a dinner scene that takes place during a thunderstorm. The altercation begins with threats of using a knife, one character starts yelling, the two characters slap each other while yelling, start pushing each other, and begin wrestling in the dining room.
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cherry
toxic parent and adult child bond
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BrintyNM
Someone recreationally takes morphine meant for an ill family member.
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violetbooklover
^ that would be sexual assault
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Santz9
A character has their limbs and head cut off during a montage near the end of the movie. Of the many close-ups, there are ones of a severed neck and an arm that is cut in half numerous times on-screen.
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Santz9
Technically no, but a character's severed head is fed to an alligator. The alligator does begin to bite down, but the full crushing of the head is never shown on-screen.
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Santz9
A character catches fire after they come too close to a lit fireplace at a dinner scene that takes place during a thunderstorm. This character does not succumb to their burns, but there is plenty of screaming and visible burn scars that are shown after the fire is put out.
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honkycat
not exactly eye mutilation, but a character’s corpse is shown with one of his eyes sort of bulging out that may be triggering.
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AnaCludiaTeixeira
i don't know why votes are saying no...? (spoiler) pearl's dad is abused by pearl throughout the movie before being killed and is unable to defend himself due to being paralyzed. it's nothing too graphic, but it does happen
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GuacaMickey
A couple uncensored murders throughout. The goriest is definitely a small mirrored montage at the end of the film, where there’s hyper detailed up close shots of the main character dismembering a dead woman’s body with an axe.
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127saturn
yes - someone is smothered with a pillowcase/cloth and dies as a result of being unable to breathe
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Santz9
A character, while in the bathtub, grabs the throat of another character with one hand. The victim, while not visibly distressed, can be heard struggling to breathe. This same character, the previous victim, is also suffocated to death with a pillowcase later—albeit off-screen—loud groans can be heard.
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Santz9
A character, who is limp, is pushed down a flight of stairs in a basement. Only the ending of their fall is shown.
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Does a kid die?
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Santz9
A character cheats on their spouse, who is overseas, by having sex with another character. The sexual act itself is implied and mentioned rather than explicitly shown.
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Santz9
Two characters that could be considered "parents" both die in this movie. One is burned alive and pushed down a flight of stairs (their official "death" is off-screen) while the other is suffocated to death with a pillowcase off-screen although their struggles can be heard.
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One character is trapped in the basement.
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Santz9
No, but a character is shown sitting in and washing their hair in a bathtub. No nudity is shown though.
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Santz9
A character wanders into a cornfield and birds (likely crows) startle them as they walk around. Another character is also startled by another when they appear behind them and tap them on the back.
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Santz9
Technically no, but during a dance recital, a character imagines that more dancers are following along with them onstage. These dancers are wearing military uniforms and are wearing what could be considered as clown makeup (Face painted white, painted on rosy cheeks, and black circles drawn around the eyes).
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Are there razors?
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Santz9
While technically not "spitting," a character in a wheelchair is shown drooling at one point while sitting in the living room. Later, a character is stabbed with a pitchfork inside of their roofless car and they spit out blood as they coast down a driveway.
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honkycat
the act is not shown, but the mother implies that the paralyzed father has soiled himself and asks her daughter to clean him up.
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Santz9
On the extreme spectrum no, but a character does admit to feeling nervous before a dance audition. Outside of the church, they talk about feeling "frightened," they begin to become more silent, and they ask another character to take their place in line to avoid going first.
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Santz9
In terms of food-related misophonia, yes. There are multiple instances of characters eating food at a dining table and slurps of soup and the chewing of corn can be seen and heard.
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Santz9
A character commits numerous violent acts throughout the movie and frequently admits to feeling as if they are neurodivergent. Many of their violent actions could also be described as stemming from an undiagnosed mental illness, causing them to want to commit these same actions in the first place.
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Santz9
A heavy thunderstorm outside frequently flashes light into scenes from the window. There are also some outside shots where lightning strikes and light flashes momentarily.
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Does a baby cry?
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Pearl simulates having sex with a scarecrow
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AnaCludiaTeixeira
towards the end of the movie there's a scene with hand-held camera. it's shakey, but nothing too extreme
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Santz9
Technically no, since no characters acknowledge the audience in the film, but the final scene falls into a bit of a gray area. In it, a character walks into a house and is greeted by another character with a comment and a creepy smile. The final shot of the film is that character holding a smile while staring directly into the camera for nearly the full duration of the end credits—to the point that tears well up in their eyes. Their staring could be interpreted as them looking at the audience, as the other character in the room never comments on their staring, nor does the smiling character stop staring to engage with the other character in the room.
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duckinalagoon
Mentioned but not shown.
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adeliajbrown
I have no idea why people voted no. The main character repeatedly complains about, berates, and contemplates and performs violence against her disabled father. She herself seems to have some mental issues and falls into the mentally ill killer trope
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kars4kids
I’d say yes. The main character is a murderer and implied to be mentally ill
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Santz9
No, but one character recalls how they and their family have been mistreated for being German during a dinner scene
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Santz9
A character straddles a scarecrow early on to the point of their own climax. Plenty of moaning occurs as well. Later, in a movie theatre, two characters watch a foreign film that depicts a man and two women having sex outdoors. The genitalia of one woman is briefly shown as she smiles at the camera. There is also implied sexual content in the form of two characters meeting up, kissing, and later, one is shown getting out of a bed in their underwear.
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honkycat
the guy who works at the movie mentions (a few times i think) that he would like to see the main character in a porno.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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georgiarose
Just to clarify, the daughter bathing in front of the father is not presented in an abusive or incestuous way at all
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qlinnx
Pearls father has an unspecified illness which makes him unable to walk and speak. He’s taken care of by his daughter and wife troughout the movie. If this triggers you i suggest skipping the movie because he plays a pretty major role.
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georgiarose
the projectionist is technically homeless and lives at the cinema but describes himself as "bohemian"
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cherry
imo the smile seemed more forced/with mixed feelings than only sincere joy
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Santz9
A car, with a deceased character in it, is driven into a small pond and technically crashes as it hits the pond floor—it is never fully submerged.
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Santz9
Plenty. A goose is stabbed with a pitchfork and its bloody body is shown later. A character in a movie theater showing is shown getting their face ripped/burned off. A character squishes the fertile egg of an alligator and blood squirts out of it. A character in a military uniform explodes as they walk in a field. A character nearly burns to death inside of a house and their bloody scars are shown. A character stabs another character with a pitchfork outside. A character kills another character with an axe outside. A character chops up the body parts of one character—all of the dismemberment is shown, including them holding the severed head.
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cherry
no, though bodies are put in a pond
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