May revolve around a second-grader, but it deals with serious issues, including putting to death and parental abandonment, that alter it more appropriate for older tweens and up. There's whatsoever kissing, and a couple is shown in bed, under a blanket (it's implied that they had sex together). A couple drinks shots time hanging out together, and there's many swearing (including "s--t," said by a child and one use of "f--k") and overtones of vehemence (a second-grader, defending a classmate who's state bullied, hits added kid and draws blood).
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'Love, Simon': Why did it take so long for a gay teen story like this?
The film (in theaters nationwide Friday) follows a closeted teen (Nick Robinson) who slip in sexual love with an faceless online pen pal from his high school who is too gay, and navigates the teflon humour of coming out to his friends and family. It's the first major apartment movie to focus on a gay teenaged romance. "I kept interrogative the work that myself, actually," director Greg Berlanti says. "My sense is that they shuffling few and less movies these days, and they're much dependent on pre-existing thing and want more positive bets.