Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Heartburn is a 1986 comedy-drama written by Nora Ephron that chronicles the collapse of a failed marriage due to a husband's extramarital affairs. Affairs and cheating are frequently discussed. There's a scene in which a nanny and a little girl are in a living room playing "Indians" that is culturally insensitive by today's standards. There is some profanity throughout, including "f--k," and a scene in which a gun-wielding robber (played by a young Kevin Spacey) enters a group therapy session and holds a gun to the lead character's head. Characters drink and smoke.
Adultery is a major theme. Affairs and cheating are frequently discussed.
A gun-wielding robber enters a group therapy session and robs everyone in the room. He puts a gun to the head of the lead character.
"F--k," "s--t," "dyke."
The lead character shows endurance and resilience in the immediate aftermath of her failed marriage. There's a scene in which a nanny and a little girl are in a living room playing "Indians" that is culturally insensitive by today's standards.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink cocktails, wine, champagne, and beer at wedding receptions, parties, and barbecues. Characters smoke cigarettes and cigars.