Home at the End of the World, A
Source: Catholic News Service
Bland adaptation of Michael Cunningham's novel about an unconventional triangular romance about a bisexual (Colin Farrell) who is in love with both his gay best friend (Dallas Roberts) and their bohemian female roommate (Robin Wright Penn). Directed by Michael Mayer and laced with homoerotic images, the tenderly told film explores the human heart's need for love; however, in doing so, it promotes a radical re-defining of traditional ideas concerning family and sexuality. An ambiguous view of human sexuality, including a sympathetic portrayal of homosexual and bisexual relationships, several sexual encounters with nudity, recurring drug content involving minors, a few instances of same-sex kissing, as well as much rough and crude language. The USCCB Office for Film & Broadcasting classification is O -- morally offensive. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is R -- restricted.
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