What parents need to know

Parents need to know that At Middleton is a movie for adults, not because of any major iffy content, but because its themes involve the challenges of long-term marriage as well as the feelings that come along with sending kids off to college. There's some heavy flirting between adults (who are married to other people), plus some scenes where adults see college kids kissing and having sex in the distance. One scene involves adults smoking pot with college kids and acting very loopy. Expect some swearing, but not much.
  • Families can talk about the movie's messages. How is the audience supposed to feel about George and Edith's romance? Is their connection painted with approval, skepticism, or celebration?
  • How does the film depict the nature of love? Of marriage? Is it similar or different to the way movies always depict both topics?
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