Florence Foster Jenkins
A legend in her own mind.
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Florence Foster Jenkins
Rating & Content Info
Why is Florence Foster Jenkins rated PG-13? Florence Foster Jenkins is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for brief suggestive material.
Violence: Stage actors wear gory make-up. References are made to WWII, and the brave sacrifices of the soldiers. Heckling and mocking occur. A character bitrates a disrespectful crowd. A brawl occurs at a bar. A man mentions being “jumped” by drunken servicemen. A medical condition causes an ugly rash, depleted energy, occasional hysterical behavior and eventually a complete collapse.
Sexual Content: Couples embrace and kiss. An extra-marital affair is depicted. Sexual relationships are implied. A naked man and women are shown in bed together, with sheets coving private body parts. A sexually transmitted disease is discussed, along with infidelity and the intimate relationship between a married couple. A man makes sexual overtures to another man. An illegitimate child is mentioned. A woman strikes some sexy poses in response to some catcalling from a group of men. Mild sexual references and innuendo are heard.
Language: Racial prejudice against Jews is mentioned. Some mild and moderate profanities are heard and terms of deity are used as expletives.
Alcohol / Drug Use: This period piece frequently depicts smoking and alcohol consumption. Several characters drink to excess and many are depicted as drunken. Characters suffering from hangovers vomit. An older man encourages a younger man to drink. Medicines are discussed in relation to treating a long-term illness.
Page last updated August 16, 2016
|British Columbia||PG||Coarse and Sexual Language.|
|Ontario||PG||Mature Theme, Language May Offend, Tobacco Use.|
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Cast and Crew
Florence Foster Jenkins is directed by Stephen Frears and stars Rebecca Ferguson, Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant .
Learn more about the real Florence Foster JenkinsFrom The Studio: In 1940s New York, Florence Foster Jenkins is the true story of the legendary New York heiress and socialite (Meryl Streep) who obsessively pursued her dream of becoming a great singer. The voice she heard in her head was beautiful, but to everyone else it was hilariously awful. Her "husband" and manager, St. Clair Bayfield (Hugh Grant), an aristocratic English actor, was determined to protect his beloved Florence from the truth. But when Florence decided to give a public concert at Carnegie Hall, St. Clair knew he faced his greatest challenge.