Every Day | 2018 | PG-13 | - 3.2.4
A teenage girl (Angourie Rice) finds herself falling in love with a spirit that seems to switch between different teenager bodies every day. The spirit occupies both male and female bodies and it is entirely in control until midnight when it has to move on to another body. Also with Justice Smith, Jeni Ross, Lucas Jade Zumann, Rory McDonald, Katie Douglas, Jacob Batalon, Ian Alexander, Sean Jones, Colin Ford, Jake Sim, Nicole Law, Karena Evans and Owen Teague. Directed by Michael Sucsy. [1:35]
- A teen boy and a teen girl kiss on a bed (we see his bare shoulders, chest and abdomen and she is shown wearing a bralet that reveals shoulders, abdomen and upper chest) and sex is implied. Two teen girls kiss. A teen girl sits on a teen boy's lap on a bed and they kiss. A teen boy and a teen girl kiss a couple of times. A teen boy and a teen girl kiss in a library and the boy's mother yells and calls the teen girl names as she walks across the room. A teen boy and a teen girl kiss in a school hallway. A teen boy and a teen girl kiss and hold hands.
► A teen boy and a teen girl flirt in school and they leave the building together for the day. A teen boy and a teen girl hug, dance and kiss. Two women hold hands.
► A teen boy introduces himself as another teen's "gay cousin." A teen boy says, "I'm more of a butt guy." A teen girl tells another teen girl, "Keep your panties on." A teen boy yells at his girlfriend, "Are you on your period again?" and she replies, "Congratulations, you're not a father." A teen boy tells a teen girl, "I'll take this guy if you don't want him," talking about another teen boy.
► A teen girl is shown wearing a bra and she is covered with sand from the abdomen in the shape of a mermaid's tail. A teenage girl sits on a toilet with her pants around her shins (we see her bare knees and lower thighs). A teen girl wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage and bare shoulders. A teen girl wears an off-the-shoulder top in a few scenes. A teen girl wears a night shirt that reveals her bare legs to the thighs in a couple of scenes. A teen boy is shown wearing boxers (we see his bare back, abdomen and chest).
- A teen girl is shown with cut marks on her arm and we see drawings of suicide methods, presumably a plan to end her life. A teen boy is chased by other teens, he gets in a car and one throws a rock at the back window breaking it. A teen boy climbs out a bedroom window and dangles from a gutter before jumping to the ground and running from his parents; his mother chases him in a car and he gets into another car with a teen girl.
► A teen girl talks about her father having had a manic episode when he lost his job and that they almost lost their house. A young woman drives fast nearly hitting a pedestrian and we hear another car honking at her as she yells out of the open car window. A woman yells at her daughter to wake up in a couple of scenes. A reference is made to "A quiet death." A teen girl tells a teen boy, "Your mouth tastes a lot better when you don't smoke." A teen girl tells another teen girl to, "Break up or cheat." A teen boy says to a teen girl, "I would fight like crazy not to lose you." A teen boy talks about having been taken over by Satan and that he was on Satan's social media. A wife pleads with her husband to run an errand for her.
► We see sharks and jellyfish swimming in an aquarium.
- 1 obscene hand gesture, 3 sexual references, 11 scatological terms, 8 anatomical terms, 4 mild obscenities, name-calling (stupid, liar, insane, pure evil, weird, gross, sick, selfish, dumb), exclamations (chill, oh my goodness, jeez), 1 religious profanity, 10 religious exclamations (God, God Knows, Oh My God).
- A teen boy asks a teen girl if they drank the day before, several underage teens drink alcohol at a party, several underage teens play beer pong at a party, and a teen boy says that he needs to get "super wasted" as he gives her his keys. A teen boy smokes outside a school in a few scenes and outside a store in one scene, and we see an open pack of cigarettes in a teen boy's room.
- Finding love, soul mates, suicide, manic-depression, family, sadness, poly-amorous relationships, loneliness, drunk driving, home-school, disappointment, suicide.
- Love can be found in unusual places.
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