Cheer Up parents guide

Cheer Up Parent Guide

Life isn't always sunny, even if you are a cheer leader.

This documentary follows The Ice Queens, the lowest-ranked high school cheerleading team in the Arctic Circle of Finland. Lead by Miia, an ambitious coach who's tired of losing, the Ice Queens aim to rise up the ranks of competitive cheerleading while coping with the added struggles of teenage life.

Why is Cheer Up rated Not Rated? The MPAA rated Cheer Up Not Rated

Run Time: 86 minutes

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Why is Cheer Up rated Not Rated? Cheer Up is rated Not Rated by the MPAA

Overview:
Presents real world view of the anticipation and loss of competitive sports along with family challenges. T

Violence: B+
During cheerleading practice, a competitor is accidentally hit in the face causing a severe nose bleed. Some verbal confrontations within a family setting. Discussions surrounding the death of a parent from cancer.

Sexual Content: B-
An adult mentor/coach becomes pregnant after meeting an online contact for a weekend. Adult women discuss their love life.

Language: B-
Two scatological expletives and a few terms of deity.

Alcohol / Drug Use: C-
Teens frequently seen smoking cigarettes and a scene shows some teens participating in a drinking game at a bar and becoming intoxicated.

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Cast and Crew

Cheer Up is directed by Christ Garland and stars .

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The woes of cheerleading are depicted in the movie Bring It On. Finlandis the setting of the movie Big Game and Christmas Story.

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