This Must Be The Place parents guide

This Must Be The Place

Since the end of his rock and roll career, Cheyenne (Sean Penn) has been stuck in time. But the death of his estranged father, and the revelation that the elderly man was trying to avenge the wrongs he suffered at the hands of a Nazi criminal, gives the former star a new (albeit violent) reason to live.

Why is This Must Be The Place rated R? The MPAA rated This Must Be The Place R for language, some sexual content and brief disturbing images.

This Must Be The Place
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Why is This Must Be The Place rated R? This Must Be The Place is rated R by the MPAA for language, some sexual content and brief disturbing images.

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This Must Be The Place
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British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
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Cast and Crew

This Must Be The Place is directed by Paolo Sorrentino and stars Sean Penn, Frances McDormand, Judd Hirsch, Eve Hewson.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of This Must Be The Place movie is March 12, 2013. Here are some details…

This Must Be The Place releases to home video on March 12, 2013.

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