Parents Guide for
"White Collar" The Portrait (2009)

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Sex & Nudity

At one point, Neal investigates a note in his apartment. He is not wearing his shirt. As Neal and a woman are putting on wires for a meeting, her blouse is only buttoned to about mid-bust. She then buttons the rest of it up, but part of her chest is visible for several seconds. At one point, Peter is walking with his wife, and her blouse is buttoned to about the same place. Neal meets with two girls. one girl wears a backless dress. Both wear dresses that are a little low-cut.

Violence & Gore

Profanity

Peter tells Neal, "D*** it, Neal," and "Get the h*** out of my house."

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