Trouble With The Curve
A daughter tries to remedy her dysfunctional relationship with her ailing father, a decorated baseball scout by helping him in a recruiting trip which could be his last.
TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE is a US drama in which a young woman accompanies her father, a veteran baseball scout with failing eyesight, on a scouting trip.
There is a single use of strong language ('f**k'), alongside milder terms like 'bastard', 'crap', 'jerk-off', 'piss'; 'screw', 'shit-ball' and 'son of a bitch'.
One man repeatedly punches another's face. Although there are some crunchy sound effects accompanying the blows, little is seen in terms of blood or injury detail.
It is implied that a young girl is molested by an older man, but nothing is shown of this.
The film also contains infrequent mild sex references. For example, a young baseball trialist boasts to his peers: 'First thing I'll do when I make the majors is bang one of those chicks on Desperate Housewives'.
There are scenes of smoking, but the film as a whole does not glamorise or promote the practice.