Charlie is nervous about beginning his freshman year of high school. He is shy and slow to make friends, on the first day of high school, he only made a connection with his English teacher, Mr. Anderson.However he found new friends which takes him to a high school dance and then invite him to a house party. At the party, Charlie eats a cannabis brownie, unaware of what was in it, and gets intoxicated. While intoxicated, he admits to Sam that his best friend committed suicide the year before.Movie which is not good for high school audience because there is no good example for them in this movie.
Charlie is facing some problems as a freshman in high school, looking for some new friends since his best friend shot himself. Having some mental problems because of losing his aunt, Charlie finds new friends, also his first love, and find the way to fight with his problems. But when his friends has to leave for college, Charlie gets weak again… Sexual and Erotic Content
Some sexual and/or erotic content.
There are scene’s including kissing and erotism, and some off-screen sex is implied throughout the movie. A scene where two male’s kissing, also telling a gay love, this movie is inappropriate for children. Nudity
Occasional nudity or some scenes with non-appropriate clothing.
There are scenes where the main characters wear as some strippers, and act like them, also at some kissing scenes, the women are seen half naked. Sexual Violence
No Sexual violence throughout the movie. Alcohol and/or Drug abuse
Very frequent alcohol and/or drug use.
There’s a scene where the main characters gets fooled of and uses drugs involuntarily. Alcohol and drugs can be seen at many scenes throughout the movie. Homosexuality
There are homosexual relations available in the movie but it does help positive message of the movie.
There are some gay kissing scenes seen throughout the movie which are really disturbing. A main character in the movie is gay. Aggressive Behavior and/or Violence
Occasional aggressive behavior and/or violence.
There’s a scene where the main character blacks out and has fight with senior students. Profanity
There are a couple of s..t’s and damn’s throughout the movie which is not disturbing. Household violence and adultery
No household violence and/or adultery. Negative references to any religion or belief
No negative references to religion or belief. Negative role models and messages for teens
Frequent negative role models and messages for teens.
The role model is a silent,respectful person who likes reading books, but he has some mental problems, and he loses himself during the highscool, using drugs etc. Positive family values
Occasional positive family values.
The main characters cheats his girlfriend. The movie is not appropriate to watch with family. Positive representation of Islam
There is no reference to Islam and Muslims.
Directed by: Stephen Chbosky Produced by: Russell Smith Lianne Halfon John Malkovich Screenplay by: Stephen Chbosky Based on: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Starring: Logan Lerman Emma Watson Ezra Miller Music by: Michael Brook Cinematography: Andrew Dunn Editing by: Yana Gorskaya Mary Jo Markey Studio: Mr. Mudd Distributed by: Summit Entertainment Running time: 102 minutes Country: United States Language: English