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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.
Why Is Duplicity Rated PG-13?
Duplicity is rated PG-13 for language and some sexual content.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Duplicity...
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.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Duplicity.
Entrapment is another movie where double-crossing plots and romantic attraction gets tangled up in the storyline. In the film Cinderella Man, Paul Giamatti plays a boxing manager who also understands the importance of keeping up appearances during difficult times and giving the paying customers what they want.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Duplicity...
Release Date: 25 August 2009
Duplicity comes to the home video market in two versions:
Duplicity on DVD is presented in widescreen, with audio tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish). Subtitles are provided in English, SDH, French and Spanish.
Also offered is an audio commentary with Writer/Director Tony Gilroy and Editor/Co-Producer John Gilroy.
Duplicity on Blu-ray Disc comes with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (English) and DTS 5.1 Surround (French and Spanish). Subtitles are available in English, SDH, French and Spanish.
Bonus materials include:
- Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Tony Gilroy and Editor/Co-Producer John
- My Scenes
- Interactive Features: BD Live - Download Center