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I just saw the trailer of the movie Logan, where a female kid has the same supernatural power as Wolverine and does some pretty bad things (nasty killing etc.).

I saw that and my hear squeezed, but in the making some sort of computer graphics should produce what we see. So my question is:

Is there any approach followed to help the kid see as less as possible of this nasty pictures? Or is it allowed by the US law to make a kid do this without a problem?


In general a kid with such experiences, generally speaking, may have a very difficult time being okay later...

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    Keep in mind, Logan is an action film, not a horror or psychological thriller. The scenes may be violence heavy, but Dafne is 12 and likely knows the difference between acting out violence and reality. – cde Feb 27 '17 at 0:32
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    Fantastical violence is much easier for a kid to handle than real violence anyway. – cde Feb 27 '17 at 0:34

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