Hardly could be called an "educational" film.
Clearly it was meant as a joke. C'mon, guys.
Thank the moderator for the warning, because the directory link is woefully inaccurate/deceptive in its content rating, "Mild Language". Mild Language would be like a typical episode of M*A*S*H.
I didn't realize the directory content flag hadn't been updated, fixed that now. If people could report posts to make a note of this sort of thing for moderators, that would be more helpful to fix the problem than complaining about it without letting us know directly. Thank you.
I don't even like this film and would never want to make something like it, yet I find myself defending it on principle. Allowing films with PG-13 or even R-rated content isn't a new thing here. I think it's really telling, and strange, that we get at least a few film a month here with gratuitous violence played in a glorifying manner and nobody raises a complain about it, but even a joking, oblique reference to sexual matters is received with disgust and uproar. I can't believe the latter is more damaging to young minds than the former (and neither can nearly every media effects study in history!)
Ultimately, BiM is not here to be a parent. We do our best to flag links to films with objectionable content and restrict objectionable content on the forums themselves. But what kids browsing this site, and their parents who shouldn't be giving them unsupervised access to the Internet if they're worried about their kid intentionally seeking out objectionable content, do with that is up to them. BiM has little to no objectionable content on the forum itself, but most of the Internet is objectionable content, statistically speaking.