Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this French-language film will not appeal to kids who aren't ready to read subtitles during movies. Families with foreign-film-savvy children should know that this one includes some mature themes about family make-up (single mother, absentee father, full-time nanny), relationships, and urban life. There's no violence or consumerism, but a few French profanities are translated into the subtitles ("s--t" is the most frequent culprit). Unsurprisingly, some adult characters smoke and drink wine.
Discussion of marriage and relationships but nothing overtly sexual.
Subtitled language includes "bitch," "s--t," "idiot," and "stupid."
The themes of the movie are about the importance of family, art, and city life.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Not surprisingly, since this is a French film, adults smoke cigarettes fairly regularly and drink wine with meals.