Parents need to know that Super Me is a time-travel, sci-fi, horror mash-up that poses the questions: What's real, in what order does time flow, and what's morality? In Chinese (with English subtitles), the film exploits expected clichés of the genres, with plenty of plot twists, but also turns the clichés sideways to pack surprise. The action is punctuated by shocking, unprovoked moments of extreme violence but, packaged in a dream framework, the recurring gore and threats feel less gory and threatening, until the plot twists again. People are stabbed, bludgeoned, pummeled, banged, punched, kidnapped, thrown, shot, beaten, impaled, and otherwise tortured. A man suddenly winces in pain and develops a ragged, bleeding scar while he simply walking down the street. Language is infrequent but includes "f--k," "bitch," "hell," and "ass." Adults smoke cigars and cigarettes.