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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Loretta and Ronny passionately kiss on top of a bed, in the next scene, they are both seen in bed (no nudity, but they are nude) and it's implied that they had sex.

Violence & Gore

Some slapstick violence, Ronny tips over some furniture and graphically describes how he lost his hand in one scene.

Loretta slaps Ronny across the face twice in the famous "Snap out of it!" scene.

Ronny threatens to cut his own throat, but never gets ahold of a knife.

Profanity

Moderate language, words like Sh*t, damn, and hell.

Several dinner scenes where wine is consumed.

A woman drinks a martini. Another woman asks a man for whiskey and drinks some with him. A woman drinks wine in undergarments (slip) while getting dressed to go out. People order drinks at a bar at the opera. People drink spumante to celebrate in a couple of scenes.

Suggested MPAA description: Rated 'PG' for Sensuality and Language

The scene where Ronny tells the story about his hand is intense but is intended to evoke a sense of comic melodrama

A character dies in an opera scene.

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