FILM TITLE: AMERICAN ANIMALS
GENRE:
CONSUMER ADVICE: 16 CT D L V
DISTRIBUTOR: STER KINEKOR ENTERTAINMENT
DIRECTOR: BART LAYTON
MAIN CAST: EVAN PETERS,BARRY KEOGHAN,BLAKE JENNER
LANGUAGE: STRONG IMPACT, FREQUENT CRUDE LANGAUGE USED TO DEMEAN, IN ANGER AND IN GENERAL CONVERSATION. WORDS WITH THE STRONGEST IMPACT ARE MOTHER FUCK, FUCK YOU AND FUCKING ARE USED REPEATEDLY.
NUDITY: NONE
PREJUDICE: NONE
SEX: NONE
VIOLENCE: MODERATE IMPACT, INFREQUENT VIOLENCE WITHOUT BLOOD-LETTING IS PRESENT. IT INCLUDES SHOCKING AND TYING UP OF AN INNOCENT, AGED WOMEN WHILE SHE IS SCREMING AND CRYING. THE SCENE IS UPSETTING AND DISTURBING.
BLASPHEMY: NONE
DRUG ABUSE: NONE
COMMENTS: THE FILM TELLS THE STORY OF STUDENTS WHO DECIDE TO STEAL A VALUABLE BOOK FROM THE UNIVERSITY'S LIBRARY. THEY ARE FIRST TIME CRIMINALS AND THEY PLAN THE ROBBERY AS AN ADVENTURE. THEY PLAN THE ROBBERY IN DETAIL AND DISGUISE THEMSELVES AS OLD MEN. ONE OF THEM GRABBED OTHER VALUABLE BOOKS. WHEN THEY TRY TO SELL THE BOOKS THET ARE COUGHT BY THE FBI AND SPEND 7 YEARS IN PRISON. THEY DISAPPOINTED THEIR PARENTS AND REGRETS THEIR ACTIONS. AFTER THEY ARE RELEASED FROM PRISON THEY CONTINUE WITH THEIR LIVES IN AN HONEST MANNER.

THE THEMES ARE MATURE AND COMPLEX IN A CRIME-DRAMA CONTEXT. THEMES INCLUDE COLLEGE LIFE, A ROBBERY, CONSPIRACY, REGRET, REMORSE AND A MESSAGE AGAINST CRIME, WITH A PERVASIVE SENSE OF THREAT AND MENACE THAT COULD BE MORALLY MISLEADING, DISTRESSING AND DISTURBING TO CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS.