Through My Window Parents Guide (2024)
Through My Window: Looking at You is a 2023 Comedy, Drama, Romance film which is directed and written by Marçal Forés.
The film is based on the novel which is written by Ariana Godoy and stars Clara Galle, Julio Peña, Natalia Azahara, and Hugo Arbues.
|Through My Window: Looking at You
|Comedy, Drama, Romance
|February 23, 2024 (United States)
Through My Window Parents Guide and Age Rating
Through My Window: Looking at You is rated TV-MA for some sexual content.
TV-MA is a rating given to television programs that are intended to be viewed by mature adult audiences.
Such programs may contain intense violence, nudity, strong language, or sexual content that may not be suitable for children under 17.
Therefore, it is recommended that a parent or adult guardian should accompany viewers under the age of 17 to watch such programs.
What is the story about?
The film is focused on a long-distance relationship between a couple named Raquel and Ares, after a long time they reunite during summer on the stunning landscapes of Costa Brava. However, they are both questioning whether their relationship can truly endure the test of time.
What is the release date of Through My Window?
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Who is in the cast of Through My Window?
Here is the list for Through My Window cast and characters:
- Julio Peña as Ares
- Natalia Azahara as Daniela
- Hugo Arbues as Apolo Hidalgo
- Clara Galle as Raquel
- Eric Masip as Artemis Hidalgo
- Pilar Castro as Tere
- Andrea Chaparro as Vera
- Carla Tous as Anna
- Rachel Lascar as Sofia Hidalgo
- Abel Folk as Juan Hidalgo
Is there any trailer for Through My Window?
You can watch the trailer below:
Ratings are not designed to tell whether the film, series, or book is appropriate or inappropriate. Ratings are designed to say what kind of content is included in the movie, book, or series to give parents a chance to make informed decisions on what they are allowing their children to watch or read.
The age rating is fixed by the MPAA ( Motion Picture Association of America Film Rating System), BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), Commons Sense, and TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).