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Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) is the lucky winner of a trip to Cannes --but France may not feel quite as lucky having to play host the bumbling British bachelor.
Why Is Mr. Bean’s Holiday Rated G?
Mr. Bean’s Holiday is rated G Re-rated: previously rated PG.
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This comedy features a bumbling man who wins a trip to the south of France, but finds his vacation fraught with a myriad of obstacles of his own making. Content concerns include the depiction of a man who appears to be committing suicide by jumping from a low bridge into a river. People slap each other on two occasions for comedic effect. Another man is seen from behind using a urinal (no nudity is shown). A man burns his finger with a cigarette lighter in an attempt to stay awake while driving. A big dog surprises a man. Some explosions are seen on a movie set. Two uses of “darn” are noted. Finally, Mr. Bean does get himself into some stressful situations, which may leave very young viewers momentarily concerned.
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DVD Release Date: 27 November 2007
Mr. Bean’s Holiday is served up on DVD with a side order of deleted scenes and three featurettes (French Beans, Beans in Cannes and The Human Bean). Audio tacks are available in Dolby Digital (English), with subtitles in English (SDH), French and Spanish.