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When their son is killed in a car accident, Becca and Howie Corbett (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) go in different directions in search of solace for their unbearable grief.
Why Is Rabbit Hole Rated PG-13?
Rabbit Hole is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material, some drug use and language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Rabbit Hole...
Violence: Characters discuss the death of children. A couple argues loudly with one another. A woman makes cruel comments to others. A woman slaps another on the face.
Sexual Content: A man kisses his wife’s neck. An unmarried woman discusses her pregnancy.
Language: The script contains frequent profanities including crude language, scatological slang, terms of Deity and a strong sexual expletive. Driven by grief, a woman makes disparaging remarks about God and religion.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Social drinking is depicted. Some characters turn to alcohol to deal with grief. Adult characters use illegal drugs on a couple of occasions.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Rabbit Hole.
A mother’s grief over the loss of her son in a plane crash is heightened when her husband and doctor tell her she never had a child in The Forgotten. A community chooses to forgive the man who killed their children in the made-for-TV movie Amish Grace. Nicole Kidman also stars as a pregnant woman whose husband is diagnosed with cancer in My Life. A depressed man moves into a nondescript suburban home, but his nosey neighbors won’t leave him alone to deal with his secret grief in Henry Poole Is Here.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Rabbit Hole...
Rabbit Hole releases to DVD & Blu-ray on April 19, 2011, with the following bonus materials:
- Audio Commentary with the Director, Writer, and Director of Photography
- Deleted Scenes
- Theatrical Trailer