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When Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson) head to Barcelona hoping for an exciting summer vacation, they get more adventure than they imagined. It all begins after they accept an invitation from artist Juan Antonio (Javier Bardem) to spend the weekend with him eating well, drinking wine and making love. If the offer wasn't dubious enough, the situation becomes further complicated when the painter's seductive ex-wife (Penelope Cruz) unexpectedly shows up uttering murderous threats
Why Is Vicky Cristina Barcelona Rated PG-13?
Vicky Cristina Barcelona is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material involving sexuality, and smoking.
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Depictions of sexual activity are carefully shot to avoid blatant nudity. However, a picture of a naked woman on a magazine cover and partially revealed breasts are shown. Discussions of sexual activity, plural relationships and passionate male/female and female/female kissing are seen. Couples are seen engaging in sex in the bedroom and kitchen. Other implied sexual activities take place in a public park and other areas. Suicide and violent interactions between a married couple are discussed. A gun-wielding woman fires several bullets, one of which hits another character in the hand. Numerous scenes of alcohol use and cigarette smoking are portrayed. Sexual innuendo, profanities and vulgarities are used frequently in the script.
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Scarlett Johansson and Rebecca Hall also share the screen in The Prestige, a story about two men battling for eminence as magicians in the 1800s. Patricia Clarkson, who plays Vicky’s aunt, stars as a doctor committed to helping a young man learn to deal with reality in Lars and the Real Girl.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Vicky Cristina Barcelona travels onto DVD and Blu-ray Disc with audio tracks in Dolby Digital (English and Spanish), and subtitles in English and Spanish.