Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the film features discussions of sexual activity, specifically "heavy petting" and the movement of sperm, as a means to explain Magdalena's extremely rare route to pregnancy. A gay couple seduces a young man. Family members argue (especially fathers with children). Family members fight physically. A young man keys someone else's car. Characters use some language, drink, and smoke cigarettes.
Magdalena is pregnant at 14, but has not had intercourse (the film provides a medical explanation for the phenomenon, using terms that include "vagina" and "sperm"). Brief mention of "gay porn sites," references to gay sex (some petting on screen, and a couple lying in bed), and a major plot point concerning a young man's sexual identity; kissing and some caressing between couples (straight and gay).
A young man is forcefully removed from a party (brief punching and pushing).
Some use of the f-word, other obscenities.
Young people learn to cope with adults' dedication to tradition.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink wine and liquor at parties and smoke cigarettes.