Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Jenny's Wedding is an awkwardly made drama about a woman who comes out to her family. It's very earnest and may be useful for some families in similar situations, but others may find it frustrating, as it seems aimed at very sheltered viewers. Violence isn't an issue, and language is very infrequent (one "bulls--t" and "God" as an exclamation). The main character kisses her partner, and there are some sexual references (to "porno movies" and "strapping it on in bed") and references to a (fictitious) affair. A character smokes cigarettes in secret.
Some sexual dialogue, with references to "porno movies" and "strapping it on in bed." A couple kisses passionately. References to a (fictitious) affair.
A use of "bulls--t," plus a use of "God" (as an exclamation).
Promotes honesty, unconditional love, and acceptance. But it also suggests that everyone needs to be married to be happy.
Nordstrom is shown and referenced.
Drugs / Tobacco /
An adult character secretly smokes cigarettes in the garage.