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The Tree of Life

After a tragic event, Jack O'Brien (Sean Penn) tries to understand the meaning of life by looking back at his childhood during the 1950, and remembering the lessons learned from his parents (Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain). Get the movie review and more. »

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Run Time: 140
Theater Release: 26 May 2011
Video Release: 11 Oct 2011
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is The Tree of Life Rated PG-13?


Violence: Parents learn of a child’s death. A mother treats a child’s bloody wound. Kids mock others. Police take away criminals. A dad teaches his boys to exchange punches and later tries to slap his child for talking back. Some domestic abuse between a husband and wife is shown. A father’s anger impacts his family’s home life. A child drowns in a swimming pool. While playing with a BB gun, one boy is shot in the finger. A boy steals a woman’s lingerie. A group of boys vandalize a neighbor’s property.

Sexual Content: A pregnant woman’s belly is shown.

Language: The script contains a couple of profanities and a crude anatomical term.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Some secondary characters smoke.

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