Even if it is based on a great big lie, My Week with Marilyn is nevertheless great in its own way. If this is a lie, it's a darn good one, being possibly the first example of a Marilyn fic, courtesy of main character Colin Clark. This is his story about how he served as third assistant director for The Prince and the Showgirl (definitely true) and dated Marilyn Monroe (not verified as of writing). As expected, Marilyn is a bit sensual, and there is quite a bit of smoking (including a plug for Sir Laurence Olivier; I'm not kidding, he actually had his own cigarette brand back in the day), but it's the swearing we should worry about when we consider taking our kids to see this (it is rated R for a reason, after all, and surprisingly, Marilyn's nude scene during that date with Colin isn't it). Among the swearing is several F words, mostly out of Sir Laurence's mouth, and a bunch of minor swears scattered throughout, including a single use of "bugger" by Emma Watson as the mildly jealous wardrobe assistant, Lucy (it certainly charmed my socks off hearing that word coming out of her mouth after an earlier co-star of hers, Rupert Grint, said the F word in Driving Lessons and the S word in that and Wild Target). If you see it in theaters, take the kids along, but be cautious of Marilyn's aforementioned nude scene at the lake and that a Shakespearean actor says the F word a few times. If you buy the DVD, all you need is an external profanity filter so your young ones won't hear Sir Laurence throwing F words around sporadically, but you should still exercise caution about the aforementioned nude scene (which, barring the F words, would've netted this a PG-13 rating easily).