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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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In many scenes throughout the film sex is implied but never shown.

Women are dressed scantily throughout the film. A man has a mistress whom he visits; they role play a bit. When he leaves her she says she'll be waiting with her legs open.

Scenes with very sexy and suggestive dance numbers (both in choreography and lyrics) starring one or many women are sprinkled throughout the film.

In a flashback, a group of young boys pay a woman who proceeds to grab her cleavage and perform a suggestive dance number about "love."

A man's wife performs a strip tease/dance number. Many men grab at her as she sings about "taking it off;" she removes her bra at the end (with her back to the camera).

-Two priests chase several boys, and one is caught and dragged to a church office where he is struck repeatedly on the back with a cane (we do not see the effect, but we hear the boy moan and we hear the thwacks).

-A wife confronts her husband about his infidelity and they argue. A man yells at a woman and makes her leave a restaurant. A man says, "You kill your script." A man asks, "Am I dying?" A man complains of not being able to breathe or think in several scenes. A woman talks abut the "death of religion." References are made to filth and debauchery.

-A man and a woman in a car are chased by a car and two motorcycles.

-We hear that a woman attempted suicide (we see her in bed after being treated by a doctor).

-In many scenes a man seems distraught from the pressure to succeed. A man imagines that his deceased mother is sitting next to him in a car and they talk. A doctor examines a man and determines that he is exhausted from stress.

1 sexual reference, 2 anatomical terms, name-calling (idiot, crazy, stupid, dope), exclamations (shut-up), 5 religious exclamations.

The main character and many other characters smoke profusely throughout the film.

There is at least one bar/party scene. Adults may drink socially throughout the film.

A woman tries to overdose on pills. This is not shown--she is seen sick in bed after the attempt and discusses it.

No frightening or intense scenes, though some scenes may be unsettling.

Rated PG-13 for sexual content and smoking

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