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Parents Guide for
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One man is an underwear model. It is assumed the same man is completely nude at one point, but the camera doesn't show it. A shower scene and bare sholders are also present. There are several couples in bed. A character has an Oedipal complex.

Several characters pass away quietly. A woman suffers from a heart attack. Two women are seen having a scuffle while on an airplane.

two f-words, including one in a sexual context. Milder profanites are used throughout. The film was almost rated R because of the language.

A woman tries to overdose on pills, but it turns out to be a non-lethal drug. Quite a bit of smoking and drinking is seen.

The heart attack and overdose scenes are intense.


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Rated PG-13 on appeal for some sexual situations and brief strong language
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