High Heat (2022)

High Heat Parents Guide and Age Rating

High Heat is an American Comedy series directed by Zach Golden.

If your kids wish to watch the film it is important for you to check out the High Heat Parents Guide. It gives you prior information about the content of the film so that you can decide if the film is appropriate for your kids or not.

High Heat Release Date

The  series is set to be released on August 17, 2022

Series Name   High Heat
Genre   Action, Comedy
Director  Zach Golden
Writer   James Pedersen
Release Date    August 17, 2022
Runtime    N/A
Country   United State
Language   English
Production Company  Yale Productions Buffalo 8 Productions, Lucky 13  Productions
Distributors  Saban Films,

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Overview

When the local mafia shows up to burn down her restaurant, Ana, a chef with a meticulous past, defends her turf and proves her knife skills both in and out of the kitchen.

High Heat Parents Guide and Age Rating

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Who is in the cast of High Heat?

  • Olga Kurylenko as Ana
  • Chris Diamantopoulos as Tom
  • Don Johnson as Ray Kaitlin Doubleday as Mimi
  • Dallas Page as Dom
  • Dylan Flashner as Sebastian
  • Bianca D’Ambrosio as Beck
  •  Jackie Long as Gary
  •  Chiara D’Ambrosio as Kaitlyn
  •  Erik Bloomquist as Miles
  •  Ivan Martin as Mick
  •  Michael Barra as Utility Worker
  •  Nikki Delmonico as Eliza
  •  Greg Nutcher as Officer James
  •  Seth Andrew Bridges as Rocco
  •  Yahudah Bane Brown as Mercenary
  •  Heather Lee as Waitress
  •  Jonathan Campano as Dishwasher Emmanuel Kerry as Mercenary
  •  Cathy Salvodon as Rona
  •  Matthew Sung Girard as Ricky the Valet
  •  Donnie Francis as Matt
  • Jim Ng as Bobby
  •  Carlos Flores as Gio

Know about the High Heat Parents guide. Why does High Heat receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about High Heatratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

In fact, the age rating is fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America film rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

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