"Comical and Artsy but Seriously Tainted"
What You Need To Know:
LOST IN PARIS has a fun artistic flair, with great comical moments. The story is about helping a family member in need. This gives the movie a light moral worldview. However, although there are references to two different couples in love, there’s no mention of marriage. LOST IN PARIS also has a few obscenities, brief lewd moments, a liberal use of alcohol, and a gratuitous image of a nude photo. Consequently, a movie that could be fun for families is seriously tainted by less than five minutes of objectionable content. MOVIEGUIDE® advises extreme caution for LOST IN PARIS.
(B, Ro, Ho, L, V, S, NNN, AA, D, M) Light moral worldview with a focus on the importance of helping family but tainted by sinful elements, with some Romantic elements such as worldly love supersedes marriage, plus a cross-dressing homosexual element when a man wears a woman’s sweater and purse; seven obscenities (in English and French), one profanity, depicted urinating, implied vomiting; mild, brief slapstick violence includes one character is slapped across the face; implied fornication, older woman passionately kisses unsuspecting neighbor, split screen sex scene where the characters do not touch but characters vocalizes as if they are in bed together, a homeless man kisses the same older woman; full frontal female nudity (upper female nudity and partial image of pubic hair) in a holographic card in a photo album; liberal use of alcohol and some drunkenness; cigarette smoking throughout; and, stealing.
Delightfully awkward Fiona becomes LOST IN PARIS as she searches for her 88-year-old Aunt Martha. Aunt Martha, who left Canada when Fiona was a child, is desperately trying to avoid the nurses coming to take her to a retirement home. She sends a letter to her niece Fiona, but in her confusion puts it in the trash. Nonetheless, Fiona receives the letter due to a kind anonymous onlooker who mails the letter.
A buttoned-down, prim-and-proper librarian, Fiona has always dreamed of going to Paris, but seems to lack general knowledge of international travel. Her bumbling French and overall naïveté lands her into all sorts of problems, including losing her belongings and a restaurant encounter with a rather eccentric and pompous homeless man named Dom. Both attracted and repulsed by this assertive fellow, Fiona tries to continue the search for her aunt while shooing off Dom. Fiona finally realizes she actually needs Dom’s help to continue the search. The slapstick comedy continues as Fiona and Dom race around Paris looking for Aunt Martha.
LOST IN PARIS has a fun artistic flair, with great comical moments. The story is about helping a family member in need. This gives the movie a light moral worldview. However, although there are references to two different couples in love, there’s no mention of marriage. Thus, the movie’s view of love is more emotional than biblical. LOST IN PARIS also has a few obscenities, a scene of implied fornication, a liberal use of alcohol, and a gratuitous shot of partially obscured frontal female nudity. Consequently, a movie that could be fun for families is seriously tainted by less than five minutes of objectionable content. MOVIEGUIDE® advises extreme caution for LOST IN PARIS.
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