Kiss and Cry
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Kiss and Cry
Rating & Content Info
Why is Kiss and Cry rated Not Rated? Kiss and Cry is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
Violence: Various scenes depict medical procedures and treatments given to a young girl suffering from cancer. We see injections and the effects of chemotherapy which cause her to throw up and lose her hair. A tracheotomy procedure is depicted and in a later scene her family attempts to replace the dressing and tube (her throat incision is shown), but ensuring difficulties leave Carley struggling to breathe. A girl slaps a boy.
Sexual Content: A teen boy and girl leave a school dance and find an empty classroom, once inside they begin kissing passionately and the scene ends. Some mild sexual references are heard.
Language: A few mild and moderate profanities and terms of deity are heard, along with one use of a sexual expletive.
Alcohol / Drug Use: At a school party a background teen character is briefly seen pouring a liquid from a flask into a glass of punch. A joke is made about drinking alcohol. Wine is served with dinner.
Page last updated September 21, 2016
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News About "Kiss and Cry"
Cast and Crew
Kiss and Cry is directed by Sean Cisterna and stars Sarah Fisher, Luke Bilyk, Sergio Di Zio.
Kiss and Cry will be playing at the 2016 Calgary International Film Festival, that runs between September 21 and Oct 2, 2016 in in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It will also be opening in a limited theatrical release (USA) on September 30, 2016.