When well-heeled, fastidious Celia Green rounds up her two grown sons and husband for a holiday weekend retreat at their beloved vacation home, perfection is her goal. Unfortunately for Celia, discord and dysfunction intervene.
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NRNot rated. This movie has not been rated by the MPAA.
Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Last Weekend is an indie comedy about a dysfunctional family that features strong language throughout (including "f--k"); a scene wherein a man is shown from behind masturbating; references to sex, alcohol, and drugs; and a few scenes wherein lives are endangered by allergic reactions and electrocution, though both characters survive. It's a meditation on the relationship between grown children and their wealthy parents, and it deals with class, race, and sexuality with some interesting perspectives, but it's not appropriate or meant for younger kids.
- Sexual Content
- A man is shown from behind masturbating to a magazine. Two men kiss and are shown in bed together in sheets, presumably after intercourse. A man and woman kiss. A woman's naked silhouette is shown showering. Some young men and women lounge in bathing suits in a hot tub.
- Some intense scenes include a guy having an allergic reaction but surviving. A man falls into water and is electrocuted and life-flighted out but survives.
- "Goddamn," "balls," "ass-kissing," "crappy," "Christ," "God," "f--king," "dammit," "bulls--t," "s--t." A woman describes her breasts as "incredible"; a woman's breasts are described as "top-heavy."
- Social Behavior
- The importance of letting go; making your own money; and treating people like human beings no matter their socioeconomic standing.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Characters consume wine and beer throughout. A man mixes sleeping pills and champagne and appears inebriated. A character is described as being a recovering alcoholic and addict.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it