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After syndicated columnist Sarah Cain (Lisa Pepper) unexpectedly becomes the legal guardian of her Amish sister's five children, she moves her nieces and nephews into her home in the big city. Unfortunately, she can't resist the temptation to use their adjustment process as inspiration for her writing.
Why Is Saving Sarah Cain Rated PG?
Saving Sarah Cain is rated PG for brief teen smoking.
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A self-centered character places her needs before those of others, and even resorts to lying. A woman dressed in low-cut clothing flirts verbally with various men. An unlicensed youth attempts to drive a car. An adolescent couple holds hands, and an adult couple embraces. School students tease others, especially about clothing and culture. A teenager (shown smoking a cigarette) verbally harasses a young woman and caresses her face. A child is depicted in mild peril when he climbs a tree, runs away from home and is frightened by a mentally ill stranger. An angry man shakes and threatens another character.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: Pendin
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Details on home video releases of Saving Sarah Cain...
Saving Sarah Cain comes to DVD with a making-of featurette and deleted scenes. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1), with subtitles in English, Spanish and French.