a term in movie ratings used when there is a low-key, but potentially upsetting element of the story.
in the movie, Good Night, and Good Luck, the inexplicit presentation of the suicide of Edward Murrow's underling, Don Hollenbeck, would be considered one of its mild thematic elements.
by vm0d January 26, 2006

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