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Starry-eyed, Dianne Parker eagerly accepts the marriage proposal of energetic Mark McCune, unaware that his quiet pediatrician brother David has romantic feelings towards her as well.
Why Is Follow The Stars Home Rated Not Rated?
Follow The Stars Home is rated Not Rated
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A young woman learns lessons in life and love after the birth of her disabled daughter. This outstanding dramatic movie with a touch of romance contains little to no inappropriate content for families while providing numerous teaching moments.
Car collides with parked vehicle causing injury to characters. Pre-operating scene depicted. Minor bruises and scrapes shown on recovering accident victims. Character mentions deaths of parents. Character drops and breaks picture. Dream sequence depicts characters drowning at sea. Character is cruel to puppy. Bruise shown on woman’s arm attributed to domestic violence. Couple argues—slap heard but not seen. Man pushes child into edge of table. Character dragged by arm and forced into van. Character shoves another to the ground. Puppy stuffed into pillowcase then thrown off bridge. Character jumps from bridge to rescue puppy. Characters wrestle briefly in restaurant.
Sexual Content: A-
Married and unmarried couples shown dancing closely, and hugging and kissing. Man kisses woman on cheek. Unmarried couple lives together. Shirtless man shown in one scene.
One term of Deity used as expletive.
Alcohol / Drug Use: C
Mention of opium den in China. Wine served onboard yacht as well as at social event. Woman smokes frequently, portrayed as alcoholic. Man brings home six-pack of beer at breakfast. Character claims pills and alcohol required to sleep at night. Car accident caused by drunk driver.
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