The Kadam family settles in Southern France with designs on opening an Indian restaurant. Unfortunately their neighbor Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren), who runs a classical French establishment, doesn't want the waft of curry scaring away her customers -- or worse yet, enticing them to taste a little cultural diversity.
Why Is The Hundred-Foot Journey Rated PG?
The Hundred-Foot Journey is rated PG for thematic elements, some violence, language and brief sensuality.
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Violence: A riot breaks out after an election. People storm an establishment and burn it to the ground killing at least one person. Vandals spray paint a fence and start a building on fire. A man’s hands are burned when his clothes start on fire. Characters argue verbally. A family faces danger when the brakes on their van go out while driving down a mountain road.
Sexual Content: A young couple kisses on a couple of occasions. They are seen coming out of a kitchen pantry looking disheveled.
Language: The script contains only a handful of mild American and British profanities.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Characters drink wine with dinner on several occasions. Alcohol is served in some other social settings. An unhappy man drinks alone at a bar, and on the job in another scene.
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Details on home video releases of The Hundred-Foot Journey...Home Video Notes: The Hundred-Foot Journey
Release Date: 2 November 2014
The Hundred-Foot Journey releases to home video (Blu-ray/Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- The Hundred-Foot Journey With Steven Spielberg & Oprah Winfrey
- The Recipe, The Ingredients, The Journey
- On Set With Oprah Winfrey
- Coconut Chicken