Stranger Than Fiction
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Stranger Than Fiction
Rating & Content Info
Why is Stranger Than Fiction rated PG-13? Stranger Than Fiction is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some disturbing images, sexuality, brief language and nudity.
Harold’s routine life turns topsy-turvy when he is sent to audit a young baker and he finds himself fantasizing about her naked body. Later they sleep together and are repetitively shown in bed. Meanwhile, the chain-smoking Kay Eiffel turns to alcohol while visualizing the death of her seemingly fictitious character. A bus accident results in serious injuries and blood-splattered pavement is shown. The script contains brief profanities as well as a sexual expletive and male buttock nudity portrayed in a non-sexual context.
Page last updated April 14, 2009
|British Columbia||G||Coarse Language. Nudity.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not Recommended For Young Children. Tobacco use/promotion.Coarse Language, Mature Theme, Not Recommended for Children-----|
|Ontario||PG||Mature Theme, Not Recommended for Young Children.|
|Quebec||G||Not recommended for young children.|
|Martimes||PG||Coarse Language, Mature Theme, Not Recommended for Children|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Stranger Than Fiction"
Cast and Crew
Stranger Than Fiction is directed by and stars Will Ferrell, Maggie Gyllenhall, Dustin Hoffman, Emma Thompson.
The most recent home video release of Stranger Than Fiction movie is February 26, 2007. Here are some details…
If you liked the movie Stranger than Fiction, then read the DVD! The film releases to the home entertainment market with deleted and extended scenes plus an anthology of featurettes. These include: Actors In Search Of A Story (Marc Forster discusses why each cast member was such an integral part of the film), Building The Team (director Marc Forster discusses the importance and contribution of each of his ?team? members), On Location in Chicago (an in-depth look at why Chicago was chosen as the place to shoot the film), Words on a Page (an interview with producer Lindsay Doran and writer Zach Helm), Picture a Number (a look at the special effects) and On The Set (a montage of funny on the set moments). Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1) and French, with subtitles in English and French.
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Before playing Kay Eiffel’s assistant in this film, Queen Latifah plays a retail worker who decides to go on an extravagant vacation after learning she is terminally ill in Last Holiday. Dustin Hoffman also has a role in the story of an author who entertains a family of young boys with his invented tales of pirates and fairies in the movie Finding Neverland.