Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this empowering documentary, while not perfect, has a strong positive message about building young girls' confidence. The girls at the center of the action are shown trying to shed their feelings of disenfranchisement, and all of the adults who surround them -- particularly the women -- do their best to support them. There's little iffy language ("idiot" is about as strong as it gets) and no sexual content, drinking, or drug use. That said, the girls do talk frankly about their sad and/or dark feelings at times.
Some scenes show cut-up Britney Spears figures that are scantily clad.
Lots of rebel yells, but no actual fights. Head-banging music is played loudly, with some lyrics alluding to aggression. Frank discussion of sad and dark feelings.
Pretty clean, though the girls do use words like "pissed" and "idiot."
Everyone, from the female rock stars who teach or have cameos to the campers themselves, supports a girl-power mission.
Shots of girls reading Seventeen magazine; mentions of MTV; brand names of musical instruments are clearly visible.
Drugs / Tobacco /