Noises Off Movie Poster
  • Released
  • PG-13, 1 hr 44 min
  • Comedy
  • 1 Fan Ratings

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What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Noises Off is a 1992 comedy based on the successful Broadway play-within-a-play of the same name by Peter Frayn. A director guides his cast through a door-slamming farce on its way to Broadway via a series of disastrous out-of-town performances. Like most farces, it relies on sexual innuendo, mistaken assumptions, misplaced props, physical shtick, simultaneous entrances and exits, and carefully-managed mayhem. Two couples both arrive at a cottage expecting to be alone so they can have sex. This results in one woman performing most of the play in her lacy white bra and underpants. Profanity is rare and includes "f-k." The cast tries to hide whisky from an alcoholic actor. The rest of the cast drinks from the bottle. A man is having an affair with two women at once and gets one pregnant.

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