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Holly Kennedy (Hilary Swank) isn't sure what to do with her life when her husband Gerry (Gerard Butler) passes away. Apparently, her loving spouse realized this would be a problem, so he pre-recorded a few messages for Holly, to be delivered after his death. While his thoughtfulness comforts the grieving widow, Holly's mother (Kathy Bates) and friends (Gina Gershon and Lisa Kudrow) fear she'll never find happiness in the future if she keeps hanging onto the past.
Why Is P.S. I Love You Rated PG-13?
P.S. I Love You is rated PG-13 for sexual references and brief nudity.
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Dealing with the loss of her husband, Holly occasionally turns to alcohol, sometimes becoming drunk and vomiting. Other scenes include social drinking at parties and in a bar setting. During a marital spat, a man is hit with thrown objects. An accidental fall results in a bloody face and broken nose. A woman is repeatedly seen in her underwear and male posterior nudity is shown in a nonsexual context. The script includes frequent profanities, sexual orientation comments and discussions of male anatomy along with some crude and vulgar sexual dialogue.
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Kathy Bates also plays a pragmatic woman worried about the sanity of her neighbor who has just lost his wife in Dragonfly. An aspiring architect moves into an apartment only to find it is still haunted by the previous resident in Just Like Heaven.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 6 May 2008
P.S. I Love You releases to DVD (full frame and widescreen) and Blu-Ray (widescreen), with the following postscripts: additional scenes, a conversation with Cecelia Ahern (author of the novel upon which the movie is based), a featurette (The Name of the Game is Snaps: Learn How to Play), and the music video Same Mistake by James Blunt. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.