• Director(s)

    Lisanne Skyler

  • Production Year

    1999

  • Genre(s)

    Comedy, Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    91m

  • Cast

    Mark Blum, Zach Braff, Leo Burmester

Film

Getting to Know You

domestic abuse

GETTING TO KNOW YOU is a US drama in which a teenage girl is sucked into a conversation with a talkative and imaginative fellow traveller whilst stuck waiting at a bus station.

GETTING TO KNOW YOU is a US drama in which a teenage girl is sucked into a conversation with a talkative and imaginative fellow traveller whilst stuck waiting at a bus station.

violence
Scenes of domestic abuse feature acts of violence including slapping and people being thrown roughly to the ground, as well as threatening, abusive language. A person strikes another with an axe, and in other sequences guns are heard being fired and a person punches another.
Following a violent act, a man is seen lying dead, a patch of blood around his head on the ground. There is implied use of a discriminative term (‘retard’), however discrimination is not condoned by the film as a whole. There is use of mild bad language ('crap', 'friggin') as well as milder terms such as 'God', 'damn', 'Jesus', and 'hell'. A couple embraces on a bed before it is implied they have sex off-screen. There are references to a person's mental health, which leads to them being institutionalised. There is a reference to suicide.
  • Director(s)

    Lisanne Skyler

  • Production Year

    1999

  • Genre(s)

    Comedy, Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    91m

  • Cast

    Mark Blum, Zach Braff, Leo Burmester

domestic abuse
Classified Date:
23/05/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
VOD/Streaming
Distributor:
Icon Film Distribution
violence
Scenes of domestic abuse feature acts of violence including slapping and people being thrown roughly to the ground, as well as threatening, abusive language. A person strikes another with an axe, and in other sequences guns are heard being fired and a person punches another.
Following a violent act, a man is seen lying dead, a patch of blood around his head on the ground. There is implied use of a discriminative term (‘retard’), however discrimination is not condoned by the film as a whole. There is use of mild bad language ('crap', 'friggin') as well as milder terms such as 'God', 'damn', 'Jesus', and 'hell'. A couple embraces on a bed before it is implied they have sex off-screen. There are references to a person's mental health, which leads to them being institutionalised. There is a reference to suicide.
  • Classified date

    23/05/2024

  • Language

    English