Titane parents guide

Titane Parent Guide

When loving cars gets weird.

Release date October 1, 2021

In Theaters: A titanium plate implanted in a young woman's head after a car accident years ago, has had some unusual consequences. She now has sex with cars and kills people.

Why is Titane rated R? The MPA rated Titane R for strong violence and disturbing material, graphic nudity, sexual content and language

Run Time: 108 minutes

Rating & Content Info

Please Note: We have not viewed this movie. The information below is a summary based on data gathered from government and industry sponsored film classification agencies in various global regions.

Why is Titane rated R? Titane is rated R by the MPAA for strong violence and disturbing material, graphic nudity, sexual content and language

Due to its explicit sexual and violent content, Parent Previews is not providing a detailed review of this film. This content information should explain our decision not to watch the film.

Violence: There are several brutal and violent murders with some bloody detail. There are frequent scenes of brutal hand to hand and weapons violence, some in a sexual context. There are body horror images with nightmarish imagery with blood and crude bodily functions shown in detail.
Sexual Content: There are frequent sexually suggestive scenes. There is an explicit scene of sexual activity between two women. A woman's breasts are seen in a sexual context. There is frequent full frontal female nudity in non sexual contexts.
Profanity: Swearing involves sexual expletives, scatological slang, profanity, crude expressions, and developmental slurs.
Drugs/Alcohol: There are infrequent scenes of alcohol and tobacco plus scenes of substance abuse.

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Cast and Crew

Titane is directed by Julie Cucournau and stars Agathe Rousselle, Garance Marillier, Vincent Lindon.