Only You

Movie review by Stefan Pape, Common Sense Media
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age 15+

Romantic drama on the challenges of conception; sex scenes.

NR 2019 119 minutes

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age 17+

Good values, gratuitous sex

It's a good story about two people who love each other and are faithful to one another. The want a child but she isn't able to have one. He sticks with her nonetheless. The relationship starts with casual sex but becomes serious. Many of the sex scenes seemed unnecessary. I realize many teens and even preteens are exposed to a lot of screen sex, but in my view it is better to wait to the late teens for this type of material.

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Too much sex

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