Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this tepid Woody Allen comedy tackles mature themes like threesomes, homosexual relationships, and infidelity, though there's little actual nudity or explicit sexual content. The main character tries to commit suicide (played lightly) but isn't successful. The language tends toward the insulting at times, but it isn't overly coarse; expect a little bit of drinking and smoking as well. The humor will most likely appeal to grown-ups or precocious older teens -- don't expect this to be on many kids' must-see list.
Actual scenes are fairly chaste, but scenarios arenâ¿¿t: A conservative married woman arrives in New York and transforms herself into an artist involved in a happy threesome (three people are shown under covers, but no body parts are revealed). Her estranged husband takes up with a man. Another married character cheats on her husband. Open discussions about sex. Some suggestive photographs are shown.
Heated arguments, with yelling. A man jumps out of a window, and, on his second attempt, lands on a person.
Insults aplenty, such as â¿¿stupid,â¿ â¿¿cracker,â¿ and â¿¿imbecile.â¿ Also â¿¿goddamn.â¿
Despite the fact that the movie deals with subjects like infidelity, a dismal worldview, and even suicide attempts, thereâ¿¿s also a lot of hope and humor.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some drinking at a bar; a little bit of smoking.