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When Frank Redmond (Peter Mullan) is cut lose from his employment at a Glasgow shipyard, he tries to find his identity and self worth by taking on the ultimate physical challenge: swimming the English Channel. Although unexpected, the lives of his friends and family are also changed in the wake of his illogical pursuit.
Why Is On a Clear Day Rated PG-13?
On a Clear Day is rated PG-13 for some language.
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The most prevalent content concern in this movie is the inclusion of many mild-to-moderate profanities and terms of deity used as expletives. Bare chests and implied nudity are depicted when men change in a locker room (one of them wears women’s panties). There are also some sexual jokes and a minor character that makes home pornography (he is briefly shown filming a leather-clad woman, gagged and bound on a park bench). It is eluded that a machining accident causes a worker to lose his hand. Two men engage in a brief physical altercation. Seasickness causes some characters to vomit. On several occasions, men drink beer in a pub.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 11 July 2006
The DVD release of On a Clear Day does not offer any bonus features. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1), with subtitles in English, Spanish and French.