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Riley Taylor (Kirstin Dorn) has lots of questions after the death of her Grandfather (Edward Herrmann). But she ins't prepared for the answers she receives after she gets a peek through Heaven's Door.
Why Is Heaven’s Door Rated PG?
Heaven’s Door is rated PG for mild thematic elements.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Heaven’s Door...
Violence: Death is a recurrent theme in this story that explores the possibility of life after death, angels and heaven. A man collapses suddenly and his death is implied. A cat is hit by a car (off-screen). A man rough-handles another when he tries to enter a restricted area. Several sick animals are depicted. A young child is portrayed as dying of cancer. The loss of a baby is mentioned. Adults argue.
Sexual Content: Mild comments are made about men’s interest in female models and a humorous remark mentions nudists at a Halloween party.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
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