FILM TITLE: I FEEL PRETTY
GENRE:
CONSUMER ADVICE: 13 D L N P S
DISTRIBUTOR: STER KINEKOR ENTERTAINMENT
DIRECTOR: ABBY KOHN, MARC SILVERSTEIN
MAIN CAST: AMY SCHUMER, MICHELLE WILLIAMS, EMILY RATAJKOWSKI
LANGUAGE: Fairly frequent, moderate impact use of crude language such as "oh shit!"; "holy shit"; "crap"
NUDITY: Infrequent, low impact Nudity of partial nudity displayed in a sexual/seduction context
PREJUDICE: Mild impact, sustained Prejudice is an underlying, thematic element which is seen in the immense societal pressures to conform to a certain standard of beauty
SEX: NONE
VIOLENCE: Low impact, isolated scene with blood visible on Rene's fore-head after she bumps her head; hair twisted and pulled from bike wheels
BLASPHEMY: NONE
DRUG ABUSE: NONE
COMMENTS: Complex and mature themes of societal pressures to conform, societal norms, insecurities, new found confidence, accepting who you are - just as you are, inclusiveness, exclusion, passion, feeling unworthy, the fashion industry, friendship, motivation, fulfilling your dreams, goals and aspirations, finding one's self, hard work, commitment, work ethic, determination, boldness, beauty, issues of self-esteem, romance, depression, bashing stereotypes and a sense of humour. Themes of romance are paired with self-esteem issues due to physical appearance, body consciousness and may upset, confuse and cause distress to young viewers under the age of 13 years. Somehow the stereotypes of beauty and perfection as portrayed in magazines and perpetuated by the fashion and beauty industry, may cause distress to young viewers who may be dealing with these insecurities, issues of self-confidence and identity. This may cause psychological and emotional harm due to societal pressure.