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The funeral service for Felix Bush (Robert Duvall) will be different than any other the townsfolk of Caleb County have ever attended. Not just because they might learn some of the truth about the reclusive hermit's secretive past, but also because the event is scheduled to be held before the old codger actually kicks the bucket.
Why Is Get Low Rated PG-13?
Get Low is rated PG-13 for some thematic material and brief violent content,
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Get Low...
Violence: A man on fire is briefly seen running from a burning house. A young boy throws rocks at a window before being chased away by a gun-toting homeowner. Several threatening shots are fired. A child vomits from fear. An adult man initiates a fight after threatening a man. A stick and rocks are used as weapons. A man is attacked and hit in the head (off screen) resulting in a bloody injury. The discussion of death is frequent. Murder is also briefly talked about.
Sexual Content: A man admits to a relationship with a married woman.
Language: The script includes nearly two-dozen vulgarities, scatological slang, and terms of Deity
Alcohol / Drug Use: Several characters, including Felix, smoke and drink. A character brews his own liquor.
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Robert Duvall plays other crusty old characters in Secondhand Lions, Lucky You and Gods and Generals. Characters are forced to face their impending deaths in The Bucket List, A Walk to Remember and My Sister’s Keeper.
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Details on home video releases of Get Low...
Get Low releases to DVD and Blu-ray on Februray 22, 2011 with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary with Robert Duvall, Sissy Spacek, Director Aaron Schneider and Producer Dean Zanuck
- Featurettes: The Deep South: Buried Secrets, Getting Low: Getting into Character and A Screenwriters Point of View
-Cast and Crew Q & A
- On the Red Carpet