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In this made-for-TV movie (also known as In My Shoes), a busy high school teacher named Trish (Nancy Travis) gets a chance to walk in the shoes of the mother (Jana Lee Hamblin) of one of her students. And it is a perspective altering journey.
Why Is A Walk In My Shoes Rated Not Rated?
A Walk In My Shoes is rated Not Rated
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Violence: Boys on skateboards nearly hit a pedestrian. A man loses the use of his brakes and later a woman is involved in a minor car accident. Characters discuss the impact of war and the death of a loved one. A man talks briefly about the difficulties of his job as a police officer.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A woman pours a drink for her husband after work.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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Details on home video releases of A Walk In My Shoes...
The made for TV movie In My Shoes releases to home video under the title, A Walk In My Shoes. The DVD and Blu-ray packages offer:
- Meet the Stars
- Family Moments
- Just for Laughs
- Beyond the Soundtrack
- Behind the Scenes
- Favorite Movie Moments