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Exodus Fall

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MPAA Rating

Not Rated


Ankush Kohli, Chad Waterhouse


Jesse James
Rosanna Arquette
Adrien Finkel
Rosanna Arquette


2011 Oakhurst Pictures

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A bad situation gets worse for the Minor children after their father dies leaving them in the soul care of their alcoholic and abusive mother (Rosanna Arquette). When she sends the autistic Dana (Devon Greye) to a mental hospital, his teenaged brother and sister (Jesse James and Adrien Finkel) hatch a plot to kidnap him and run for freedom.

Content Details

Why Is Exodus Fall Rated Not Rated?

Exodus Fall is rated Not Rated

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Exodus Fall...

Violence: Adults, including a married couple, argue. On several occasions a woman strikes her husband and her children (sometimes her victims grab her hands to restrain her). A mentally challenged boy is teased, bullied, locked in a closet and has personal possessions destroyed. (When upset, he sometimes hits himself.) Teens help another escape from a mental institution. The death of a soldier, and the sorrow of his friends and family, is discussed. An automobile accident results in injuries.

Sexual Content: References are made to dates that include sexual relations. Sexual sounds are overheard. An unmarried man and woman (seen with bare shoulders) are in bed together. A boy strips down to his underwear and pretends to be drunk. A menstruating girl cleans her underwear in a sink (some blood shown).

Language: Some mild and moderate profanities are heard. Terms of Christian deity are used as expletives.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A mother constantly smokes and drinks. A driver is shown drinking alcohol.

Other: Teen characters steal. A girl squats behind a bush to urinate. A pet dies. A teen drives without a license.

Home Video Viewing Alternatives

Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Exodus Fall.

Movies depicting children who rise above dysfunctional family relationships include: Jane Eyre, Tangled and The King’s Speech. Like Dandelion Dust shows a wife and mother’s courage while dealing with an alcoholic spouse.

Canadian Movie Ratings

Not Rated
AB Not Rated
MB Not Rated
ON Not Rated
QC Not Rated
Not Rated

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