While on vacation in Italy, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) goes to Verona to see a courtyard supposedly belonging to Shakespeare's fictitious couple. Over the years other visitors have left"letters to Juliet" describing their star-crossed love affairs. When the young American tourist finds a 50-year-old note about a tale of unrequited love, she determines to find the author and reunite the woman with her former Romeo.
Why Is Letters To Juliet Rated PG?
Letters To Juliet is rated PG for brief rude behavior and sensual images, some language and incidental smoking.
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As Sophie’s travels in Italy, she and her companions frequently drink wine. Her fiancé jokes about getting tipsy while sampling various bottles of the alcoholic beverage. It is implied that an engaged couple is living together, and some mild sexual innuendo is exchanged between the pair. Various characters kiss. Classical and modern art depicting kissing and some nudity is shown. People touch the breast of a statue of Juliet. Language includes one use of scatological slang, some mild profanities and frequent terms of Christian deity as expletives. A man also makes a crude sexual finger gesture. Some cultural slurs and name-calling are heard. A few unhappily married couples make disparaging remarks about each other.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Letters To Juliet...
On September 14, 2010, Letters to Juliet release to DVD and in a Blu-ray/DVD Combo package. Both editions include the following bonus extras:
- Deleted and extended scenes
- Audio commentary with Director Gary Winick and actress Amanda Seyfried
- The Making Of Letters To Juliet: In Italia
- A Courtyard in Verona