As the health of his aging wife (Geneviève Bujold) deteriorates, Craig Morrison (James Cromwell) determines to build a more accessible home. Based on a true story, the movie follows the unexpected, added stresses he faces when he gets tangled up in the bureaucracy of building permits.
Why Is Still Mine Rated PG-13?
Still Mine is rated PG-13 for some thematic elements and brief sensuality/partial nudity.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Still Mine...
Violence: Fire damage occurs in a kitchen after a woman leaves an item on the stovetop. A woman is hospitalized after falling down stairs. A character becomes aggressive and struggles against another person who is trying to help her. Characters make rude comments to others.
Sexual Content: Male buttock nudity is shown when a man showers. A married couple undress and press their naked bodies together. Brief, limited frontal female and male nudity is shown. A man and woman, shown in bed, talk about their sex life. A woman questions her husband about his interest in another woman.
Language: Frequent terms of deity, some cursing and a scatological slang term are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Characters drink in a social setting at home. A woman smokes. Characters talk about a man being drunk and throwing up.
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The challenges of aging are explored in the movies Secondhand Lions, The Straight Story and Up. James Cromwell also stars in Babe and Star Trek: First Contact. Campbell Scott appears in another story about caring for those with mental and physical handicaps in Follow the Stars Home.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Still Mine...
Still Mine releases to home video (Blu-ray) on May 6, 2014.