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Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery | 2020 | NR | – 2.3.4

content-ratingsWhy is “Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery” rated NR? The MPAA has not rated this film. The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes a few kissing and flirting scenes, implications of infidelity, and several cleavage revealing outfits, a woman threatens others with a gun, a home robbery, several arguments, and computer hacking, a character grows marijuana in her backyard, and some strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


Two teens (Gabriella Pastore and Ja’ness Tate) starting their summer vacation decide that they should look into a mysterious robbery that occurred in their community, just after a homeowner lists their property on Air B and B. Also with Hunter Bills, Diane D Carter, Camilla Elaine, Carlos Coleman and Catarah Hampshire. Directed by Brian Shackelford. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish without translation. [Running Time: 1:25]

Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery SEX/NUDITY 2

 – We hear what sounds like a man and a woman kissing and moaning on a recording. A man and a married woman hug and dance in a parking lot (there is an implication of a romantic relationship). A woman flirts with a man and her teen daughter makes a disapproving face. A woman watches as a man pours water over his face while working in the heat; she becomes embarrassed and looks away when the man sees her. A husband and his wife hug, kiss, and flirt briefly.
 A woman holds a man by the arm and talks about her having the ability to “hold onto a man.” People talk about a married woman having an affair with a man. A woman quizzes her teen daughter and friend about whether they have boyfriends and that if you get them early, “You can turn them into something good.” A woman searches through her teen daughter’s room asking if there are any boys hiding and if they are being “unladylike.” A teen girl makes a suggestive reference about a man and his sexuality. A man addresses an individual as “brother” then after looking at him says, “Or should I say, sister.”
 A woman and a teen girl wear low-cut tank tops that reveal cleavage in several scenes. A woman wears an off-the-shoulder jumpsuit that reveals her bare shoulders and cleavage.


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Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery VIOLENCE/GORE 3

 – A woman holds a gun on a man and yells and threatens other people in the room including two teen girls before she is punched in the face by another woman (she falls off-screen) and a man is punched in the face by another man (he falls off-screen).
 A person dressed in dark clothing jimmies a lock and enters a house where they search through and steal a few items.
 A man runs into a homeowners’ association meeting yelling that there is a problem after he discovered that someone broke into a house; the homeowners walk through their home and discover that jewelry, a computer and another item have been stolen (we see crime scene tape around the property later). Two teen girls hack into the police database to find information about a robbery. People talk about someone pressing charges against a young man for a crime he did not know he was committing.
 A teen girl storms through a room as a woman tries to speak to her and she doesn’t respond. A man reprimands his teen daughter for embarrassing her teacher. A man reprimands his teen daughter for speaking to her stepmother in a disrespectful manner. People argue in several scenes and raise their voices. A teen girl talks about a young man in a derogatory manner and says, “You can take the brother out of the hood…” A teen girl sticks her tongue out at another teen girl.
 A woman reprimands a young man in a library and says, “You read on a 3rd grade level,” embarrassing him. A teen girl looks through binoculars at a neighbor and another teen admonishes her. An alarm rings on a teen girl’s phone and it sounds like a house alarm (she is awakened by the noise). A young man reprimands two teen girls for making assumptions about another young man and accusing him of a crime. A woman accuses a man of bad parenting.
 Two teen girls wrestle on a bed and fall on her floor laughing (there are no injuries). Two teen girls jump into a dumpster and one gags and asks, “Is that throw up?”


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Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery LANGUAGE 4

 – 7 sexual references, 4 scatological terms, 4 anatomical terms, 21 mild obscenities, 1 derogatory term for African-American people, name-calling (Miss Thing, “No Stupid People” is written on a door placard, nosey neighbors, cougar, rude, no good, mad, scared, racist, unladylike, freak [a sexual implication], Daddy Warbucks, crazy rich, white trash, gee, suspicious, rat, spoiled brat, paranoid, hater, trippin’, sweetie-pie, big mouths, packrat, weak, meddling kids, pathetic, big boy, hoarder, trip, little heffer, new school females, boring, annoying, snitches, snake, troublemakers), exclamations (oh my gosh, my bad, shhh, shush, dang, knock it off, you’re killing me, shut-up, wow), 9 religious exclamations (e.g. Thank God, God, Oh My God, Oh God, If I Wasn’t A Christian, Lord Have Mercy, God Forbid). | profanity glossary |


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Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery SUBSTANCE USE

 – A woman is shown pulling a marijuana cigarette from behind her ear or out of her hat, a woman holds a marijuana cigarette and seems to be about to light it as the scene ends, and a teen girl talks about a woman growing marijuana in her backyard and we see some plants. A woman drinks a glass of wine with a meal.


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Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Friendship, greed, infidelity, family, perseverance, destiny, facts vs. speculation, gossip, step-parenting, patterns, secrets, judging by appearances.

Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery MESSAGE

 – People are not always what they seem.

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