One female character dresses up as a man. Several male characters dress up as women to appear in plays (during Shakespeare's time, women were not allowed to perform on stage.)
|PROFANITY: (View Profanity)|
The S-word is spoken 2 times. There are 3 other profanities spoken.
|SEX & NUDITY:|
There are four sex scenes, two of which feature nudity. On several occasions during those sex scenes, a woman's breasts are shown from both the side and the front, when she is lying on top of the man, below him, or facing him from the side. A quick flash of male buttocks is shown (from the side). There are also numerous sexual double-entendres in the dialogue (of the sort that Shakespeare was known for).
One mock sword fight that turns into a brawl. One "genuine" sword fight. One scene in which a man is threatened to be tortured (although no torture is actually shown).
|DRUGS & ALCOHOL:|
Various characters occasionally drink.
There is one chase scene that starts on foot and ends by boat. It doesn't feature much "action" per se. There are also two swordfights, one mock and one real. This is not a movie for action-lovers.
Since this is a comedy, the movie contains a few hilarious moments, a greater number of mildly amusing ones, and several jokes that don't even provoke a smile. In general, however, there's plenty to laugh at.
|TONE OF MOVIE:|
Romantic Comedy/Drama. The film also presents significant chunks of "Romeo & Juliet" and smaller portions of "Twelfth Night."
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