• Director(s)

    Brittany Snow

  • Production Year

    2023

  • Genre(s)

    Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    108m

  • Cast

    Courtney Eaton, Thomas Mann, Francesca Reale

Film

Parachute

strong language, sex, eating disorder theme, self-harm, suicide references

PARACHUTE is a US drama in which a young woman's recovery from an eating disorder is tested when she meets someone new and finds herself treading a fine line between love and addiction.

PARACHUTE is a US drama in which a young woman's recovery from an eating disorder is tested when she meets someone new and finds herself treading a fine line between love and addiction.

language
There is frequent use of strong language ('f**k'), which is accompanied by moderate ('dick') and milder terms ('shit', 'ass', 'asshole', 'Jesus', 'Christ', 'hell', 'God' and 'damn').
sex
A couple are shown having sex in bed, but visual detail is discreet and the scene is reasonably brief. In another sequence, there is sight of male buttock nudity in the build-up to an intended sexual encounter.
suicide
A young woman makes references to her suicide ideation and there are scenes in which she struggles with her mental health. At one point she takes an overdose of prescription medication with alcohol following an emotional argument; however, someone intervenes and she is taken to hospital where she recovers.
theme
Following her release from rehab, a young woman continues to struggle with an eating disorder and issues with body image. In moments of emotional pain and social anxiety, she scrolls through images of other young women on social media, engages in rigorous exercise and pulls at the skin on her arms and legs. She becomes overwhelmed by self-loathing thoughts and directs them at her reflection in the mirror. There are also scenes of compulsive eating and references to vomiting before and after meals. The film champions the positive impact of therapy and emotional support for characters struggling with issues of mental health and addiction.
There are occasional scenes of joint smoking. Bloody images feature briefly when characters watch a true crime documentary. A character's father struggles with alcohol addiction and, in a heightened scene, lashes out at his son, pushing him off his chair at the dinner table.
  • Director(s)

    Brittany Snow

  • Production Year

    2023

  • Genre(s)

    Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    108m

  • Cast

    Courtney Eaton, Thomas Mann, Francesca Reale

strong language, sex, eating disorder theme, self-harm, suicide references
Classified Date:
14/05/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
VOD/Streaming
Distributor:
Universal Studios Limited
language
There is frequent use of strong language ('f**k'), which is accompanied by moderate ('dick') and milder terms ('shit', 'ass', 'asshole', 'Jesus', 'Christ', 'hell', 'God' and 'damn').
sex
A couple are shown having sex in bed, but visual detail is discreet and the scene is reasonably brief. In another sequence, there is sight of male buttock nudity in the build-up to an intended sexual encounter.
suicide
A young woman makes references to her suicide ideation and there are scenes in which she struggles with her mental health. At one point she takes an overdose of prescription medication with alcohol following an emotional argument; however, someone intervenes and she is taken to hospital where she recovers.
theme
Following her release from rehab, a young woman continues to struggle with an eating disorder and issues with body image. In moments of emotional pain and social anxiety, she scrolls through images of other young women on social media, engages in rigorous exercise and pulls at the skin on her arms and legs. She becomes overwhelmed by self-loathing thoughts and directs them at her reflection in the mirror. There are also scenes of compulsive eating and references to vomiting before and after meals. The film champions the positive impact of therapy and emotional support for characters struggling with issues of mental health and addiction.
There are occasional scenes of joint smoking. Bloody images feature briefly when characters watch a true crime documentary. A character's father struggles with alcohol addiction and, in a heightened scene, lashes out at his son, pushing him off his chair at the dinner table.
  • Classified date

    14/05/2024

  • Language

    English