Like Dandelion Dust
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Like Dandelion Dust
Rating & Content Info
Why is Like Dandelion Dust rated PG-13? Like Dandelion Dust is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for mature thematic material including domestic violence and alcohol abuse.
Violence: Police arrest a man, force him to the ground and handcuff him. A battered woman is shown with various injuries and bruises. A dog bites a man’s face. Angry characters argue, threaten and try to bribe one another. A scuffle turns into fist fighting, groin kicks and facial blows. A woman and child are threatened, as well as verbally and physically abused, which results in fear, bruises and facial injuries. Security guards pull guns on characters.
Sexual Content: A married couple cuddles on a bed (the man has an open shirt). A mild sexual insult is heard.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A character is shown intoxicated on several occasions, and alcoholism is discussed. A character drinks from a bottle. Characters smoke. Social drinking is depicted at home and in a bar.
Other: Adoption is frequently discussed. A child cries when separated from his parents. Characters both consider and do break the law. A religious character is depicted as judgmental.
Page last updated July 11, 2016
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||NR|
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Cast and Crew
Like Dandelion Dust is directed by Jon Gunn and stars Mira Sorvino, Barry Pepper, Cole Hauser, Kate Levering, Maxwell Perry Cotton.
The most recent home video release of Like Dandelion Dust movie is January 25, 2011. Here are some details…
Like Dandelion Dust releases to DVD on January 25, 2011, with the following bonus extras:
- Like Dandelion Dust Comes to Life
- Deleted Scenes and Extended Scenes
- Deleted scenes commentary by Jon Gunn
- Karen Kingsbury: Adoption Story
- Kevin Downes: Adoption Story
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