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Miss Potter

Released

Jan 18, 2007

Latest Home Video

Jun 18, 2007

MPAA Rating

PG

Cast

Renee Zellweger
Emily Watson
Ewan McGregor

Studio

Weinstein Company

Still shot from the movie: Miss Potter.

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Synopsis

The Tale of Peter Rabbit may be a familiar storybook now, but getting it printed was no easy feat. Miss Potter follows the challenges and heartaches faced by Beatrix Potter (Ren?e Zellweger ) as she tries to get her manuscript published in the male-dominated business world of Victorian England. Animation of her whimsical drawings and a budding romance make this dramatized biography almost as picture perfect as the work this author/artist is famous for.

Content Details

Why Is Miss Potter Rated PG?

Miss Potter is rated PG for brief mild language.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Miss Potter...

Only a veiled sexual reference and a moment of tipsiness (after Norman resorts to spiking the housekeeper’s coffee so he can get a moment of privacy to propose to Beatrix) constitute any content concerns in this film.

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The lives and romantic inclinations of other British children’s authors are explored in the films Shadowlands (about C.S. Lewis who wrote The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe as well as other adventures in Narnia) and Finding Neverland (about J.M. Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan).

Canadian Movie Ratings

BC
SK
G
AB G
MB G
ON G Mature Theme.
QC G
NB
NS
NL
PE
G

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of Miss Potter...

DVD Release Date: 19 June 2007

The secret life of Miss Potter is reveled with this DVD release that features The Life and Times of Beatrix Potter, a short documentary following the author/illustrator’s from early childhood doodling to elderly conservationist. Fans interested in the movie’s creation can also explore The Making of a Real Life Fairy Tale and a commentary with Director Chris Noonan. A music video of When You Taught Me How To Dance (performed by Katie Melua) is also included. Audio tracks are available in English 5.1 and French 5.1, with subtitles in English and Spanish.

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