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'Age of Adaline': 3 points for parents
Blake Lively stars as Adaline Bowman in The Age of Adaline. - photo by Shawn O'Neill
Information for parents about the film "Age of Adaline":

Violence/gore: A woman in a car slides on snow and ends up in a pool of water that is struck by lightning. Later she is involved in another accident. A woman cuts her hand on a tree branch and her companion stitches her up. A daughter is slapped by her mother.

Sexuality: A couple are in bed after spending the night together. The woman is wrapped in a sheet and the mans upper body is shown. The same couple are shown later in bed, but with clothes on. Some kissing. Sexual activity is implied but not shown.

Language/smoking/drinking: Very little profanity is used. One question of a sexual nature is asked of a woman by another woman. Some smoking on screen in different periods of time. Some social drinking is shown.