The Conversation Parents Guide
The Conversation is an American thriller film written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola with Gene Hackman in the lead role. The film is produced by The Directors Company and distributed by Paramount Pictures.
The Conversation Age Rating
The Conversation is rated PG for violence, nudity, and language.
The rating PG means parental guidance is suggested since parents might find some material inappropriate for their young children.
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|Genre||Drama, Mystery, Thriller|
|Directed by||Francis Ford Coppola|
|Release Date||April 7, 1974|
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The Conversation Parents Guide
- No explicit nudity but scenes of intimacy are visible.
- Kissing is prevalent.
- Alcohol consumption is shown.
- Scenes of gore and violence like a bloody hand or a fight leading to wounds.
- Curse words are used such as ‘Goddamn’, ‘Christ’, and others.
- There are some images of intense actions.
The Conversation Story Line
The Conversation is a story of a surveillance agent named Harry Kaul facing a moral dilemma in his job. While listening to the conversations of some people as a part of his job, he once comes across a couple whose lives might be in jeopardy. Now he is stuck between his responsibility to his client and his moral responsibility as a human being.
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Who is in the cast of The Conversation?
Gene Hackman as Harry Caul
John Cazale as Stan
Allen Garfield as William P. “Bernie” Moran
Cindy Williams as Ann
Frederic Forrest as Mark
Harrison Ford as Martin Stett
Michael Higgins as Paul
Elizabeth MacRae as Meredith
Teri Garr as Amy Fredericks
Mark Wheeler as Receptionist
Robert Shields as the Mime
Phoebe Alexander as Lurleen
Robert Duvall as The Director
The Conversation Trailer
The Conversation Age Rating and The Conversation Parents Guide
Know to The Conversation Parents Guide. Why does The Conversation receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about The Conversation ratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.
The Conversation age rating is PG in the United States, 12 in the United Kingdom, 13 in Argentina and M in Australia. The age rating of The Conversation in India is U. The ratings of other countries are as follows: 14 in Brazil, 18A or G in Canada, 15 in Denmark, K-16 in Finland, Tous publics in France, U in India, 15 in Ireland, T in Italy, 12 in the Netherlands, R16 in New Zealand, 16 in Norway, M/12 in Portugal, 16+ in Russia, 12 in Serbia, PG in Singapore, 15 in South Korea, 18 in Spain, 15 in Sweden,16 in West Germany.
In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series 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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