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'Non-Stop': 3 points for parents

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By: Shawn O'Neill, Deseret News

‘Non-Stop': 3 points for parents

  • Violence – Two men fight in an airplane bathroom; one is killed. Guns are used mostly to threaten people, not many shots are fired. A group of men try to subdue another man. Two other people are poisoned. A bomb explodes, and the passengers’ lives are threatened.
  • Drugs/alcohol – Some passengers are served drinks. People are smoking outside the airport. A man smokes in the airplane's restroom. A man is smuggling drugs in a briefcase. One man discovers the drugs and tastes them.
  • Language/sensuality – Some expletives including abbreviated forms of words. Words are hidden by cracked cellphone glass, others are not hidden. A man has pictures of a woman’s cleavage on his phone. A couple is under a blanket together as the man says no one can see. The same woman accuses a man of searching her for sexual reasons.



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