Okay. Parents, you aren't going to want to hear this- the truth is, your child probably knows a lot more about sex, violence, and drugs than you think they do (if they're in their tweens +). Some of you may go ask your ten year old child now if they know what sex was, and you'd be pretty sure they'd say no. Either that's *not* what they'd say, they're lying because they don't want to get the friend that told them what sex is in trouble, or you were right. EXPLAIN what sex means and it's implications to the child that you plan to bring to see this. Otherwise, prepare yourself for, "Mommy?/Daddy? What are they doing? Why did he hurt the bed like that? Why would he hurt his wife if he said he loves her?" And those are probably questions you don't want to answer in a movie theatre. No child under 10 should be seeing this movie or reading the book.