Parents need to know that Always (1989) is a romance/adventure story directed by Steven Spielberg with occasional profanity, the strongest being "d--khead," "d--king around," and "bulls--t." Other content is mild, with a few kisses, suspense and tension, and for most of the movie the main character is a spirit from the afterlife. Peril from forest fires, dangerous firefighting flight maneuvers, and airplane malfunctions and fires. A plane explodes, killing the pilot; no blood or gore is shown. Dated sexism includes referring to Dorinda as a girl, and Pete trying to forbid her from getting certified to fly more dangerous missions. Dorinda's a great role model for young women, though, and otherwise Pete and the supporting characters are all positive role models. It's a good starting point for talking about what happens after we die, what the spirit is, and how or whether spirits of the past influence us.