Le Divorce

Movie review by Nell Minow, Common Sense Media
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age 16+

Not a frothy romantic comedy.

PG-13 2003 115 minutes

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What was the point?

This is a movie that seems to have lost its way. There were several interesting plot lines, but I kept asking myself, "Where is this headed? What is the point? Is it almost over?" The problems seemed carefully crafted, but then were all resolved in one rather clumsy swoop. The main character, played by Kate Hudson, was in bed with two different men in a few short minutes from the start. Americans came off as insipid and easy. The French came off as unfaithful and flippant. The movie was chock full of good actors, but they didn't have good material. My suggestion: Skip it. It wasn't even entertaining.
age 13+


Just like the review states, I was expecting LE DIVORCE to be a frothy romantic comedy. But boy was I wrong. Sex-7: Sexual issues and situaions including adultery. Violence-6: Lots of emotional stress and some off screen violence. Language-6: Some pretty strong language is present. Drugs-0 Scariness- 4: Themes of sucicide. My Rating: R for mature thematic elemets, sexual content and some strong language

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