I don't think so. There's a n@ked lady in the beginning and they show everything on her. It's not something I would let my child see, even if my child was a girl and they'd only be seeing what they see in the shower.
I'm assuming you are referring to a female - although this still applies to males, in any case. It depends on how mature she is - Stephen King wrote "Carrie" based on a girl he knew of in high school being bullied by other girls when she had her first menstruation in the high school shower, and was terrified. He added the supernatural revenge element to create his original classic. I would want my daughter to know what menses is and how religious fanaticism and school bullying are - in the real world - and how the author of the story added the supernatural component. This will depend on how knowledgeable she is - and understand that it's "just a movie" - but touches on real life situations. You'll have to evaluate if your daughter (I'm assuming again) understands fact from fiction.