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Can sex with a quirky woman for a month solve a man's obsession with himself and his work? This tearjerker wants us to buy into the plan, but neglects to include some of the consequences of joining the "Man-A-Month" club.
Why Is Sweet November Rated PG-13?
Sweet November is rated PG-13 for sexual content and language. (Previously rated R in 2000).
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Can sex with a quirky woman for a month solve a man’s obsession with himself and his work? This tearjerker wants us to buy into the plan, but neglects to include some of the consequences of joining the “Man-A-Month” club.
A frustrated man knocks some awards off of a table in his apartment. A woman steals puppies from an experimental lab.
Sexual Content: D+
No sexual activity occurs between married characters: Sounds of sexual activity including partial rear female nudity and male upper frontal nudity. Woman in underwear. Woman makes risqu0xE9 sexual comments to a man on a public street. Man makes business presentation about hot dogs with sexual innuendo. Man and woman begin sexual activity, including fondling and with verbal comments-no nudity-scene ends with implication that further sexual activity takes place. Man in boxer shorts. Mention of female dominatrix sexual activity. Man and woman in bubble bath with shoulders and tops of breasts exposed. Two homosexual men dressed as transvestites. Man and woman engaged in sex-shoulders and back are seen with movement.
At least: 1 derogatory sexual term, 11 moderate profanities, 13 mild profanities, 19 terms of Deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: B
Frequent social drinking.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
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Obsessed business freaks working in glass monolithic towers seem to be the targets of Hollywood makeovers lately with Nicolas Cage finding his domestic self in The Family Man and Mel Gibson developing his female side in What Women Want .
For a movie that portrays the positive effects of making a marriage commitment even in the face of desperate personal circumstances, check our review of Shadowlands .
Also check our review of Enya’s CD A Day Without Rain that includes the song Only Time, heard in the soundtrack of this movie.