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Parents Guide for
The Intouchables (2011) More at IMDbPro »Intouchables (original title)

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Some sex talk and humorous flirt between adults.

Two teenagers start to kiss passionately before they get interrupted by a man they didn't notice before.

Scenes of prostitutes in bikini massaging some men, but nothing farther is shown.

A man tries to convince a woman to get into a bathtub with him. she tricks him with an ok and starts to unbutton her shirt but later walks off, leaving the man awkwardly half-undressed.

A woman turns out to be a lesbian. This is mainly played for laughs. The word "lesbian" or "gay" or anything similar are never used - however, the women does suggest a "threesome", using the word (she, however, is joking).

No nudity.


In several scenes a character threatens others by pulling them by the clothes and shouting.


Several mild curses and at least 20 uses of the F-word and its variants. "Bullshit" is said a few times.


Some characters are regular smokers.

Adults drink alcohol in some scenes.

Adult characters share a marijuana joint.

A minor is believed to have possessed illegal drugs.


A middle-aged disabled man starts breathing heavily in the middle of the night, as if he is about to die. This may be intense to some.

Two characters go paragliding and one of them is very scared.

Overall, the film's content is at a PG-13 level, despite the mild yet present profanity. The film is rated R primarily because of the marijuana use and the curse words (it exceeds the quota for PG-13), and because one of the characters suggests a threesome. There is also a scene in which one character flirts with another, clearly intending to seduce them.


Rated R for language and some drug use

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