This movie is fantastic. The only bad thing is the language, but most viewers probably hear this much on a daily basis. Although it's kind of weird how they only use f--k. But aside from that nitpick, the language isn't too bothersome. The music is really moving, too, as Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova aren't actors by trade, they're musicians, but that's not to say they can't act. The only thing that's really left is the fact that a married woman and an unmarried man( her husband live away from her and their daughter) have brief moments of flirtation. Apparently, one of the parent reviewers was really bothered by this. I guess they reached the conclusion that this movie encouraged extramarital romance and/or cheating. But that's not the case, and I'll tell you why: At the end of the film(minor spoiler), the girl's husband moves back with his wife and daughter, and they try again to make their marriage work. And Begin Again has a similar story, so I get the vibe that John Carney, the director of both films, gives the message that if it wasn't working before, you weren't trying. And if you happen to meet a girl/guy you're attracted to while you're married, it's okay because you can just be friends. That's my two cents on the subject, anyway. I highly recommend this to any music loving-teens and their parents to watch, and if you end up watching it and loving it, I also recommend that you watch Begin Again, John Carney's other film.