Nashville Movie Poster
  • Released
  • September 21, 1975
  • R, 2 hr 37 min
  • Music/Performing Arts
  • 3 Fan Ratings

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What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Nashville is a 1975 movie from acclaimed director Robert Altman. One scene briefly shows a woman topless and fully nude from behind, and a man is seen fully nude from behind. Adults are shown in bed together, implying that they've had sex, but only mild caressing and cuddling is shown. A couple of marital affairs are major events. A handgun is fired, a woman collapses, and large amounts of blood are briefly seen on her dress. A man's arm grazed by a bullet also briefly shows some blood on his clothing. Strong language is infrequent but includes a couple of uses of the "N" word and "s--t" several times. There are several scenes involving drugs and alcohol. Critically acclaimed and controversial when it was released, the movie is unlikely to appeal to teens today. It's a long character study of a large, ensemble cast that offers mature viewers a lot to think about and few, if any, clear answers.

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