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Although virtually unheard of in the US, Sixto Rodriguez is well known in South Africa for the two songs he released unsuccessfully during the early 1970s. Now a couple of his fans from Cape Town decide to find out whatever happened to their idol.
Why Is Searching For Sugar Man Rated PG-13?
Searching For Sugar Man is rated PG-13
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Violence: Men discuss rumors of a musical performer suicide that include the artist setting himself on fire on stage in front of his fans and him shooting himself in the head on stage. Bodies are shown lying in the streets during rioting. Other brief shots of riot violence are seen.
Sexual Content: Song lyrics discuss sex. A woman opens her shirt to have a man autograph her breast (no nudity seen).
Language: The script contains about a dozen profanities (some of which are heard in song lyrics) and a strong sexual expletive,
Alcohol / Drug Use: Brief comments and lyrics about drug references are heard. Minor characters are briefly shown holding beer bottles at a concert.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Searching For Sugar Man
Release Date: 22 January 2013
Searching For Sugar Man releases to home video with the following extras:
- Audio Commentary with Director Malik Bendjelloul and Musician Rodriguez
- An Evening with Malik Bendjelloul and Rodriguez
- Making Sugar Man