Parents need to know that 1000 Miles from Christmas is a Spanish comedy with positive messages about family and community that plays physical injuries for humor and has a lot of swearing. The main character hates Christmas due to some traumatic incidents from his childhood, and his attitude comes across as selfish in a culture that prioritizes community. However, he proves himself to be a caring and honest person and discovers the magic of helping others and believing in Christmas miracles. He also suffers a lot of personal injury that is used for comedy, including falls, hits, choking incidents, fires, and crashes. He's even pushed out of a car and left for dead in the snow. Another main character ignores how his own greed and selfishness might negatively impact his whole town. Language in the English subtitles includes the "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," "damnit," "goddamn," "son of a bitch," "bastard," "sucker," "crap," "jerk," "idiot," "weirdo," "bootlicker," "for Christ's sake," and "my God." Characters flirt and kiss and there's mention of a man and a woman having slept together. Adults drink regularly at a bar, meals, and holiday celebrations. A woman gets drunk.