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- Monday, May 03, 2010
- Language/Profanity: Lord's name (Jesus) taken in vain twice; various characters use several forms of the "f" word throughout the film, but not excessively; additional uses of moderately foul language, including slang profanity—e.g., "sh-t," "bi-ch," "cr-p," "pr--k," "di-k"—are sprinkled lightly throughout the movie.
- Smoking/Drinking/Drugs: Light social drinking is shown.
- Sex/Nudity: Over the opening credits of the film, several clear views of a medical patient's breasts are shown as part of a scene wherein she is receiving a mammogram. The nudity is not sexual, but is presented in an extremely clinical/sterile way. Four scenes involve adultery. 1) the first kiss between Alex and Mary; 2) a scene of Alex and Mary having sex while standing (no nudity shown); 3) a scene of Alex and Mary having sex in bed (nudity shielded); 4) a scene with Alex and Mary in bed, apparently naked after sex, but covered by a white sheet.
- Violence: None.
- Morals/Ethics: During one conversation between Alex and Mary when Alex is seeking to justify his adultery, he tells Mary that he has heard adultery can ultimately help a marriage. By the end of the movie, Alex has still not confessed his adultery.
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