A story that sparked a much-needed movement in Hollywood is out now. The biographical-drama film, She Said is available in theaters nationwide.
She Said follows a New York Times investigation that exposed former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s history of abuse and sexual misconduct against women. If you’re interested in learning more about this story but are unsure of whether or not you should bring your young children, read on to find out more about the movie.
Why is She Said rated R?
The MPAA gave this movie a rating of ‘R”, specifically for coarse language and descriptions of sexual assault. Due to the sensitive subject matter, the assumption is that children under the age of 17 will not understand the nuances of this story and should be accompanied by a parent or guardian to a viewing.
Depictions of physical violence are not shown in the film but there are allusions to it as well as a verbal threat of violence against a character in the film. There are a lines referring to sexual harassment and viewers will witness the retelling of a suicide attempt.
The movie is geared towards young adults and adults who are seeking a dramatized version of the ongoing allegations against Weinstein. It has brought up conversations surrounding covert and overt harassment on and off Hollywood production sets. Since the story gets really dark, tread lightly or go watch the movie yourself to gauge your own interest before bringing your young ones to watch.
If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, feel free to watch the official trailer below:
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