An adult character explicitly describes a teen student’s vulva.


A teenage boy steals his sister’s ex girlfriend. He is shown climaxing after receiving oral sex from her (no nudity). Then they are shown kissing in a hot tub implying that they are going to have sex.


A character puts on a pornographic video to watch. Film shows uniformed school football player having rear-entry sex with a topless cheerleader on all fours. She is making loud noises; breasts are seen.
There are several sex scenes, some of which are played for laughs: there’s one on a bed with thrusting and breathing. In an attempt for conceive, a husband and wife have both missionary and rear-entry sex. Thrusting is shown; nudity only includes man’s chest. To make up for lack of arousal, he fantasizes about other women. Another time portrays oral sex; there is no nudity in the scene and the act is never spoken, but what’s happening is clear. Some of the scenes involve teen students.
One sequence shows a teacher having an affair with his student. There’s one scene of making out, and another of implied sex. During one sex scene, a teen student urges a teacher to “fuck” her.
Lying on her bed, teen girl sensually kisses her girlfriend and claims to be in love with her. No nudity.
A caveman exhibition at a museum features full-frontal male nudity including genitalia and partial female topless nudity.

A married man commits adultery with his former best friend’s ex-wife. They kiss and collapse to the floor, presumably to have sex. Later, he plans for an afternoon sexual rendezvous by scrubbing his genitals; no nudity is seen.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Unlike Little Miss Sunshine’s obvious satire on success and competitive psychology and the extreme emphasis on people’s own emotion and freedom, election is an all black comedy. It may mainly ridicule the disharmony between people’s morality and people’s own desires, and deeply observe people’s ideological struggle and the process of making behavior choices. Naturally, In a funny way.

The following spoilers:

The whole play, like its name, is about an election, an election of the president of the high school student union and the surrounding things. The three electors with different personalities are connected together in a continuous and natural way, paying attention to the description of personal behavior, personality and psychology. At the same time, the whole play is very smooth.

Jim McAllister: I started as a teacher of ethics and politics at Carver middle school. The film has a lot of space to write about his contradictions, his ethics and his own feelings and desires. For example, at the beginning, when Dave described Tracy’s private affairs to him, Dave showed that he had no desire to know it, and then he wanted the audience to know it very much. He has a strange feeling for Tracy, that is, he has a strange and contradictory feeling of attraction, as well as disgust and uneasiness. On the one hand, I am a teacher who knows ethics, on the other hand, I have the impulse of extramarital affairs. His whole film is very real and lovely.

Paul: one of the candidates. As the quarterback of the original school team, he is a person with great fighting spirit on the court and always wants to do the best. He who believes in God in life is a grateful and happy person. He thinks everyone is very kind to him. He even thinks Tracy is “super nice”. He is also very sincere and friendly to people. He has never been hostile, dissatisfied or angry. He has no desire to be higher than others. He may lack some sensitivity, but he is still a person who especially wants to take care of other people’s feelings. His easygoing and friendly character and his performance on the court make him not surprisingly become Mr. popular in the school.

Tracy: one of the candidates. Tracy is a very competitive person. Different from Paul’s competitiveness, her competitiveness is real and hostile to the people around her. She believes in the law of the jungle and believes that only when she becomes strong can she succeed and be happy. When failure or negative events occur, turn all your depression and unhappiness into a new round of driving force for your struggle. So she is a very successful student.

Tracy’s mother is a lawyer. Lawyers, especially defense lawyers, give people the impression that they are morally low and have more goals. For example, when Tracy cried bitterly when she failed in the election, her mother comforted her, not the caring emotional communication between mother and daughter in the general sense, but to analyze where she failed and how she would succeed. In terms of completing a thing, indifference is a good thing without being affected by emotion. But Tracy doesn’t have this mentality. She needs care and people’s care, even if she doesn’t think she needs it, but thinks that all unhappiness will disappear because of her success. Her character makes no one willing to establish a close relationship with her, and because of the lack of inner communication between her and her mother, it is difficult to improve her environment.

Tracy’s problem is that what she lacks in her life can’t be solved by her achievement. She may be able to turn anger and dissatisfaction into a driving force for her success through a series of behaviors to obtain a sense of revenge, but her hostile and competitive attitude towards the people around her and her desire for control make it impossible for her to establish a close relationship with others, So that success can not solve her fundamental problem.

Tammy: Although I’m in the same family as Paul. But unlike Paul’s long-term and continuous love, she is more like a neglected child, so she wants to find a stable source of emotional support in her life. As a result, she is very fragile, sensitive and vulnerable. And met a scheming girl, which made her want to vent her hatred through this election.

Many of the dialogues in the play are very funny and ironic:

Tracy is talking about his relationship with Dave: our relationship was based on mutual respect and recognition

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Since I grew up without a dad, you might assume that, psychologically, I was looking for a father figure. But that had nothing to do with it at all. It was just that Dave was so strong, and he made me feel so safe and protected.

Tammy Metzler: It’s not like I’m a lesbian or anything. I’m attracted to the person. It’s just that all the people I’ve been attracted to happen to be girls.

Tracy Flick: It’s like my mom says, “The weak are always trying to sabatoge the strong.”

On the whole, it is a very exquisite film, and the script was nominated by Oscar that year. As a rare comedy that can be watched and tasted repeatedly, it is worthy of strong recommendation.

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