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Inez and Gil (Rachel McAdams and Owen Wilson) decide to tag along on her parents' business trip to Paris. Once there, the engaged couple finds their relationship unraveling. Inez gets tangled up with flirting and Gil is drawn into the magic of the city's nightlife.
Why Is Midnight In Paris Rated PG-13?
Midnight In Paris is rated PG-13 for some sexual references and smoking
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Violence: A couple argues briefly. A woman contemplates suicide.
Sexual Content: Sexual dialogue includes comments about coupling and other sexual activities. Exposed breasts are seen in paintings. A girl talks about hiring a prostitute to teach her the tricks of the trade. A woman admits to an affair. A man briefly comments on sex with prostitutes. Women of the evening are seen standing on the street.
Language: The script contains some terms of Deity and infrequent profanities.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Frequent drinking and smoking are seen throughout the film. Some characters are portrayed as inebriated.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Midnight In Paris
Release Date: 20 December 2011
Midnight in Paris releases to home video on December 20, 3011, with the following bonus extras:
- Midnight in Cannes featurette
- Photo gallery