Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Woman in Gold is a historical drama about Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), a Viennese Jewish Holocaust survivor who sued the Austrian government for the return of five pieces of art stolen by the Nazis. Although there's occasional strong language (including "s--t" and one "f--king") and some disturbing scenes of Nazi cruelty toward Jews during World War II, this is ultimately a movie that middle schoolers could see with their parents, using it as the basis to talk about very real historical issues regarding the Holocaust, Nazi war crimes, the artist Gustav Klimt, and Vienna's cultural heritage. Positive messages include the power of art, the the importance of remembering the horrors of the past, and pride in your heritage.
A couple of kisses and embraces between married couples.
Disturbing scenes of Nazi cruelty; they force Jews to scrub the pavement with acid, and they detain people, keep them under house arrest, and shoot at them.
One "f--king"; also "goddamn" and "s--t."
Promotes the power of art, the necessity of bringing historical truths to light, and the importance of remembering the horrors of the past. Maria also stresses to Randy that he should be proud of his heritage.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults drink at a wedding reception and dinner party.