Drive-Away Dolls Parent Guide
Avoiding your problems one road trip at a time.
Rating & Content Info
Why is Drive-Away Dolls rated R? Drive-Away Dolls is rated R by the MPAA for crude sexual content, full nudity, language and some violent content.
Violence: There are scenes of violence involving personal combat, firearms, and bladed weapons. Guns are used and people are seen with blood on their clothes but without graphic injuries. A man is stabbed in the throat with plenty of blood. A person’s eyes are gouged out. A severed head is seen. A person hits, pepper sprays, and strangles someone in what is supposed to be a comic sequence. A man is hit and left to bleed on the floor in another supposedly humorous scene. People are abducted, tied up, and gagged.
Sexual Content: There are highly explicit and graphic scenes of lesbian sex, including full frontal nudity, oral sex, and the use of sex toys. Graphic sexual conversation is frequent. In a photographic context, a woman removes her shirt, drops her pants, and rubs her chest and genitals with alcohol. There is a scene of a woman masturbating for an online audience while moaning loudly and using a sex toy. A voyeur watches a naked woman in her own house without her knowledge or consent.
Profanity: The script contains frequent, extreme profanity including sexual expletives, crude terms for genitalia, and vulgar terms for sexual activity. Sexual slurs are heard. Also in the script are scatological curses, minor profanities, and terms of deity.
Drugs/Alcohol: A person mentions past use of marijuana. No drugs are seen but there are sequences that feel hallucinogenic. Adults consume alcohol and one participates in a drinking competition at a bar.
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Cast and Crew
Drive-Away Dolls is directed by Ethan Coen and stars Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, Pedro Pascal.