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Dr. Lydgate and his wife get very passionate at times; they kiss and cuddle; he sensually begins to undress her; he climbs on top of her in bed (clothed). Couples kiss. Nude statues and paintings are seen in Roman museums. Under the ruse of painting her husband, an artist sketches Mrs. Casaubon, and the camera barely glimpses him adding bare shoulders and bosom to the image of her face.

God's name is abused several times. D--n is used a few times. Several milder profanities peppered throughout.

This is Victorian England; wine flows freely.


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