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Children hear the f word all of the time. It has kind of lost its power. It doesn't bother me unless it has a violent context. My grown children use it when with other adults when they are joking; that doesn't bother me either. This looks like a film that is going to be educational, entertaining and uplifting. To stop children from seeing it because of the f word would be a shame.
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