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La môme
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Parents Guide for
La Vie en Rose (2007) More at IMDbPro »La môme (original title)

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-Some parts of the movie takes place in a "Whore House" were a little child is raised for a while, we see men entering, sometimes waiting or standing over a bed where half-naked women lay waiting.

-A woman is crying in agony and telling others that the person who was having sex with her wanted to play "Doctor" and someone mentions blood.

-In a split second we see a woman's bare breasts as she passes from shadows into light and into shadows again.

-Some kissing on bed.

-Two women french kiss in a scene of celebration.

Around a couple of "F" words, and some other milder profanity, all is subtitled.

There are scenes of drug usage but we usually see the aftermath.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for substance abuse, sexual content, brief nudity, language and thematic elements

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