Can love endure longer than memory?
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Rating & Content Info
Why is Coming Home rated PG-13? Coming Home is rated PG-13 by the MPAA Some Thematic Material.
Violence: Characters are treated with injustice. It is implied that opinions about guilt vary over a man who has been arrested as a political prisoner and sent to a labor camp. A fugitive sneaks into an apartment building.Soldiers and police roughly handle an escaped prisoner during his recapture, and knock down a woman causing her head to bleed. Sexual assault and suicide are briefly mentioned. An angry woman yells at a man she believes is responsible for her husband’s arrest. Guns are used as props by dancers in a ballet about female soldiers. Characters feel the unspoken threats of authority figures. Rewards are promised to those who co-operate with officials. Betrayal occurs and acts of vengeance are considered.
Sexual Content: A character implies a man has violated her.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Page last updated April 25, 2016
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News About "Coming Home"
Cast and Crew
Coming Home is directed by Yimou Zhang and stars Li Gong, Daoming Chen, Huiwen Zhang.
The most recent home video release of Coming Home movie is March 8, 2016. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Coming Home
Release Date: 11 March 2016
Coming Home releases on home video (Blu-ray) with the following special features: - Toronto Film Festival Q&A with Yimou Zhang - Commentary with Director Yimou Zhang