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Why Is The Fault in Our Stars Rated PG-13?
The Fault in Our Stars is rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some sexuality and brief strong language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in The Fault in Our Stars...
Violence: A character throws and breaks things while dealing with his anger over being dumped. Characters throw eggs at a car in an act of revenge.
Sexual Content: A character passionately kisses his girlfriend in public and then roughly fondles her breasts. He later makes a comment about the size of a woman’s breast. A mother questions her daughter about herpes. A young man laments he is still a virgin. Later a teenaged, unmarried couple engages in sex with some chest and back nudity shown. A woman is seen wearing only a bath towel.
Language: The script contains a strong sexual expletive, some vulgar expressions, crude comments, profanities and numerous terms of Deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A character bemoans the fact she hasn’t used marijuana. A character frequently holds an unlit cigarette between his lips. A character takes experimental prescription drugs. Teens drink champagne. A man develops an alcohol problem after using it to deal with his problems.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of The Fault in Our Stars...Home Video Notes: The Fault in Our Stars
Release Date: 16 September 2014
The Fault in Our Stars releases to home video in the following packages:
The Fault in Our Stars (DVD)
- Theatrical Cut Audio Commentary by Josh Boone and John Green
- Promotional Featurettes: The Cast, The Making of The Fault in Our Stars, The Transformation, Literature to Life, Our Little Infinity, The Music Behind Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars (Blu-ray) includes all of the above plus:
- Audio Commentary by Josh Boone and John Green
- 6 Deleted Scenes (Including Commentary)
- The Stars Align: Book to Screen
The Fault in Our Stars: Little Infinities Edition (Blu-ray) offers these additional bonus features. As well as all the previously mentioned extras:
- Extended Version
- Extended Cut Audio Commentary by Josh Boone and John Green