Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this unique movie is actually a collection of five short films about people affected by breast cancer. It contains some sexual innuendo, strong language ("bitch," "ass," etc.), and some limited violence. Drinking and smoking is also visible. A woman's chest is shown after healing from a mastectomy. Despite these mature themes, the overall series sends very positive messages about fighting the disease, as well as the importance of getting mammograms and having the support of family and friends.
Contains images of woman's chest after a mastectomy, as well as brief scenes of women wearing skimpy underwear and dancing seductively. The touching and feeling of breasts in a sexual manner is also visible (but no nudity is shown). There is a reference to STDs.
Contains brief scenes of physical altercations. One person uses a bat to smash windows.
Words like "ass," "t-ts," "bastard," and "bitch" are audible.
The films contain lots of messages about the importance of mammograms and other potentially preventative measures, as well as relevant statistics, etc. about breast cancer. It also underscores the fact that any person, regardless of what they do, can get the disease. It also emphasizes the importance of friends, family, and other supports.
Ford cars logos are visible. References are made to Walgreens pharmacy. Both companies are project sponsors.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Cigarette smoking and drinking (beer, hard liquor, cocktails) visible.