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Tea with Mussolini
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

A scene shows a man and woman in bed. The man's chest is bare. The woman is wearing a nightgown.

Later, the man is shown nude from the side, far away.

Violence & Gore

Soldiers fire guns or point them at people, but no one is shot. Soldiers with guns manhandle people a couple of times.

Profanity

The word "bastard" used to describe an illegitimate child--and people some characters don't like.

Social drinking and smoking.

Nothing really. Some German tanks roll through town. The armies fire guns, but no one is shot. Soldiers point guns at people, but no one is shot.

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MPAA:
Rated PG for thematic elements, language, brief nudity and some mild violence
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