“Saving Mr Banks” is a PG-rated movie, so it may be suitable for some children, depending on their age and maturity level.
The film is a drama that tells the story of the difficult relationship between Walt Disney and P.L. Travers, the author of “Mary Poppins.”
The movie contains some themes that may not be suitable for very young children, such as the death of a parent and the impact of trauma on a person’s life.
It’s always a good idea for parents to watch a movie before showing it to their kids and to use their own judgment about what is appropriate for their children to watch.
The moral of “Saving Mr Banks” is that art has the power to heal and bring people together, even when they come from very different backgrounds and have different perspectives.