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Erol's dad (Rufus Sewell) mysteriously disappeared when he was a child. Now a university student, Erol (Haley Joel Osment) learns the reason why may have been a faulty time travel experiment. Does he have the courage to follow in his father's footsteps to find out?
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I’ll Follow You Down is rated Not Rated
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Violence: A murdered man is seen lying face down in the street. Characters discuss suicide. A woman kills herself by overdosing on pills. Another character shoots himself in the head (blood is seen).
Sexual Content: An unmarried couple kisses in bed—sexual relations are implied. An unmarried woman’s pregnancy and abortion is discussed.
Language: The script contains at least four uses of a strong sexual expletive used in a non-sexual context.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Characters drink with dinner. A woman uses medication to deal with grief. Later a character overdoses on pills.
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Home Video Notes: I’ll Follow You Down
Release date: 5 August 2014
I’ll Follow You Down releases to home video with the following special feature:
- Making-of and Deleted Scenes