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Parents Guide for
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The film begins with a portion of a George W. Bush speech in which Bush says that "too many OB-GYNs aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country."

There is a brief instance where a man lowers his trousers to receive an injection from a doctor, and his buttocks can be seen.

The opening credits are interspersed with brief scenes of a man stitching his own open wound closed. It is mildly graphic.

The only profane language in the film is a shot of the word fuck written in an e-mail message.

Numerous interview subjects in France are shown drinking wine. Additionally, shots of people on French streets drinking wine and smoking cigarettes are shown to illustrate alcohol and tobacco consumption in France.

A man does a cartwheel on a busy street and dislocates his shoulder. 9/11 rescue workers discuss searching for people who are still alive but finding only bodies and parts of bodies.

Recommended for 13 and up.

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language
Argentina:13 / Australia:PG / Brazil:Livre / Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Ontario) / Finland:S / France:Unrated / Germany:6 / Hong Kong:IIA / Ireland:PG / Netherlands:12 / Norway:A / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:12 / Sweden:Btl / Switzerland:10 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:10 (canton of Vaud) / UK:12A / USA:PG-13 (certificate #43583)

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