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Agree with him or not, Michael Moore is a filmmaker who courts controversy, sometimes to the point of overshadowing his work. In the movie, Sicko, the American Health Care system (or lack there of) goes under his knife.
Why Is Sicko Rated PG-13?
Sicko is rated PG-13 for brief, strong language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Sicko...
A lack of adequate health care causes serious consequences for many patients. One man sutures his own open wound. Another describes the loss of fingers and a woman discusses the death of her husband. A man’s bare buttocks are shown during a medical visit. A strong expletive, vulgarities, profanities and a slang term for male anatomy are used.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
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In the drama, John Q, a father takes an emergency room hostage in an effort to get medical attention for his dying child. Michael Moore explores the relationship between Americans and their Northern neighbors in his comedy Canadian Bacon.
DVD Notes: Sicko
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Sicko...
Michael Moore’s editorial about America’s ailing health care system releases to DVD on November 6, 2007.