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Life is a nightmare for struggling single father Dan Burns (Steve Carell), after he finally meets the woman of his dreams (Juliette Binoche) only to discover she's dating his brother Mitch (Dane Cook).
Why Is Dan In Real Life Rated PG-13?
Dan In Real Life is rated PG-13 for some innuendo.
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Surprisingly light on content issues, the film contains a handful of mild profanities and a brief discussion on self-pleasuring. Some suggestive song lyrics and an awkward shower scene, based on a complex situation rather than sex, are played out on screen as well. A single punch to the head and some social drinking round out the concerns parents may find with this script.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Dates: 11 March 2008
Fans of Dan in Real Life can get up close and personal with this DVD release. Hear the inside scoop with an audio commentary by writer/director Peter Hedges, listen to Handmade Music (an expose on creating the score), scan deleted scenes and outtakes (some with an audio commentary by Peter Hedges) and share the recipe Just Like Family: The Making of Dan In Real Life. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in French and Spanish.