Last Night in Soho parents guide

Last Night in Soho Parent Guide

The Swinging Sixties might just give you vertigo.

Release date October 29, 2021

In Theaters: A young girl unexpectedly travels back into 1960s London where she encounters a glamorous young singer. Soon she sees the darkness behind the glittering facade.

Why is Last Night in Soho rated R? The MPA rated Last Night in Soho R for bloody violence, sexual content, language, brief drug material and brief graphic nudity

Run Time: 116 minutes

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Why is Last Night in Soho rated R? Last Night in Soho is rated R by the MPAA for bloody violence, sexual content, language, brief drug material and brief graphic nudity

Violence: There are scenes of psychological/mental horror. There are frequent references to suicide and self harm. There are several scenes involving knife violence, with throats slit and people stabbed. Blood is seen.
Sexual Content: It is implied that women have been forced to have sex with men. An older man kisses a young woman. A female character puts her head at a man’s crotch with sexually suggestive activity.
Profanity: There are approximately 26 swear words in the movie, including multiple uses of the sexual expletive. Crude terms for female genitalia are used.
Drugs and Alcohol: A character injects drugs into his arm. People snort cocaine. Adult characters drink cocktails.

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Cast and Crew

Last Night in Soho is directed by Edgar Wright and stars Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Dianna Rigg, Matt Smith, .