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Why is Dr. Lucille rated Not Rated? Dr. Lucille is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
In the midst of disease, revolution, war and bloodshed, Dr. Lucille and the others working at St. Mary’s Hospital in Uganda are faced with a steady stream of wounded. Graphic surgical procedures and bloody war injuries are depicted throughout the movie. Themes include death, references to torture, and moments of peril. Passionate kisses between the married couple are shown. Topless women in native costumes are present in some scenes. Dr. Lucille is a smoker and is often seen with cigarettes. Alcohol is consumed in pubs, bars and at social occasions.
Page last updated September 30, 2010
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Dr. Lucille"
Cast and Crew
Dr. Lucille is directed by and stars Louis Gossett Jr., Marina Orsini.
The most recent home video release of Dr. Lucille movie is July 18, 2006. Here are some details…
Releasing to DVD on the 10th anniversary of her death, Dr. Lucille pays tribute to the accomplishments of this dedicated surgeon. Included on the disc are: In Search of Lucille Teasdale (a documentary about her life), A Dream Come True (an interview with the film’s producer Francine Allaire and star Marina Orsini), a making-of featurette, and an overview of the St. Mary’s Lacor Hospital and the Lucille Teasdale & Piero Corti Foundation Mission. The documentary contains actual photos and footage of the amazing husband and wife team (as well as some with graphic surgical procedures and bloody injuries), with comments from Dr. Corti, the couple’s daughter Dominique and many of the people who have served at the St. Mary’s Hospital. Audio tracks are available in English (2.0 Dolby Stereo) and French.
Related home video titles:
With similar motives to Dr. Lucille, a young Catholic nun gives her all to help the poor and destitute in India. Her life story has been captured in the movie Mother Teresa. The atrocities committed in another African country are depicted in the gripping film, Hotel Rwanda.