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Still shot from the movie: Duplicity.


Opportunity only knocks once and Claire Stenwick (Julia Roberts) intends to answer the door. But in order to do so, the corporate spy is going to need the help of a rival colleague named Ray Koval (Clive Owen). Although it doesn't take much to convince Ray to get involved in the perfect double-crossing plot, stealing company secrets may prove easier than learning to trust one another--especially when mutual romantic attraction starts to get in the way. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: C+
Violence: B-
Sexual Content: C
Language: D
Drugs/Alcohol: C+
Run Time: 126
Theater Release: 20 Mar 2009
Video Release: 25 Aug 2009
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is Duplicity Rated PG-13?

Despite their suspicious natures, Ray and Claire frequently enjoy secret liaisons. Ray is seen wearing only a towel and later kissing Claire’s bare back. A woman’s cleavage is seen along with a brief depiction of a bare breast. Photos are taken of a woman unclothing in her office, and she is shown in her bra. A woman’s thong underwear is shown and discussed. A man is intimate with several women in order to get information from them. The discussion of pornography along with sexual comments, innuendo and the frequent use of a crude term for sex are used in the script. Adults drink frequently at social events and at home. A man is drugged with a sleeping medicine. Companies use lies, spies, surveillance equipment and personal records to get ahead of their competition. A brief comment is made about drug dealers.

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