Fitting In (2024) parents guide

Fitting In (2024) Parent Guide

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Release date February 2, 2024

Theaters: After being diagnosed with an unusual gynecological condition, a teenager questions her identity and sexual expectations.

Why is Fitting In (2024) rated R? The MPA rated Fitting In (2024) R for sexual content, language throughout, drug use and drinking – all involving teens

Run Time: 105 minutes

Fitting In (2024)
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Fitting In (2024) rated R? Fitting In (2024) is rated R by the MPAA for sexual content, language throughout, drug use and drinking – all involving teens

Violence: A main character considers suicide. Online trolling encourages suicide. There are brief scenes of pushing and shoving.
Sexual Content: There are extensive conversations about sex in a medical context and a teenager is prescribed vaginal dilators to treat a gynecological condition. Teenager frequently talk about sex and a couple send sexts to each other. Teens buy condoms. Couples make out, fondle one another, and offer oral sex. A teen strips down but nudity is not shown on screen. A woman’s face is shown during a sexual encounter. A person simulates masturbation.
Profanity: The script contains ubiquitous, extreme profanity, including numerous sexual expletives and crude anatomical terms. Slang terms for sexual activities are also used. Terms of deity, minor profanities, and scatological curses are scattered through the script.
Drugs and alcohol: A teen smokes marijuana. Underage teens drink at a party and play drinking games. An adult mentions drinking and smoking during pregnancy.

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Cast and Crew

Fitting In (2024) is directed by Molly McGlynn and stars Maddie Ziegler, Emily Hampshire, Djouliet Amara, D'Pharaoh.