Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Man on Wire is a 2008 documentary about a French tightrope walker who performed a high-wire act of epic proportions in 1974: He walked between the World Trade Center towers. There's a scene that is a time-lapse reenactment of a sexual encounter that Philippe Petit had with a female fan after he was freed from jail that includes male and female nudity. Also, one of the men who helped with the planning of the walk between the towers talks of being a marijuana smoker for 35 years and of being high throughout the planning and execution of the walk. There's cigarette smoking throughout. Aside from this, this documentary is a study in the practice, planning, and persistence it required to complete one of the strangest, one of the most daring, and, ultimately one of the most incredible examples of guerilla performance ever attempted.
There is a time-lapse reenactment sequence of a sexual encounter that took place between Petit and a female fan. Exposed male buttocks, exposed female breasts.
Persistence and perseverance.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Cigarette smoking. One of the men who helped plan the walk across the World Trade Center towers talks of having smoked marijuana for 35 years and being high the entire time when the action in the documentary transpired.