A heartbreaking and thought provoking work of contemporary style art. This film raises questions regarding humanity, what is real and what is not, and the limits of evolution, "Her" will have you pondering life itself long after you've left the theatre. It's sophisticated yet unflinchingly engrossing, tear-jerking yet undeniably hilarious. Spike Jonze has given us a unique and original film, that is completely flawless. Beautiful cinematography and visuals, stunning performances, flawless execution, an intelligent script and a philosophical premise. "Her" is a film that should definitely be seen, it is a very important film that brings up questions regarding the idea of love. However, this film is not for those who lack maturity. This film has sexual themes in it (nothing too graphic besides a very brief topless scene ) and the thing about those themes is that immature teens will definitely not take this film seriously. This film is for those who like intellect and meaning in a film, it's not about a mindless romance between a man and an operating system, there's more to it than that. If you think about it, this film uses personification to it's advantage. It's supposed to make you think that this operating system is like a person, she thinks, she feels, she experiences emotion. As far as content goes, this film is all good, but as far as the message goes, it's all about maturity level. So to be clear, I did not mark this film "pause 14 and under" due to it's content. This film is a masterwork that should be seen due to it's originality, it's superb acting and it's importance.