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Stealing Home is a 1988 movie with a runtime of 98
Director Steven Kampmann,
Mary A. Kelly,
Cast Jodie Foster,
Billy Wyatt (Harmon), a former high school and minor-league baseball baseball player receives a telephone call from his mother revealing that his former child-sitter, and later in his teens, his first love, Katie Chandler (Foster), has died. Wyatt returns home to deal with this tragedy reminescing over his childhood growing up with his father, Katie and best friend Alan Appleby. Currently you are able to watch "Stealing Home
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- Maturity Rating Reason
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- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- A boy rests his hand on his babysitter's leg; she quickly takes his hand off of her leg and tells him not to do that until he gets his first real girlfriend when he is older.
A teenage boy has sex with an older women. She is seen wearing lingerie; she asks the boy to rub lotion on her shoulders. She turns around on her back and starts to remove her lingerie. The boy then places his hands on her breasts; her breasts are seen, but his hands are covering her nipples and areoles. He is then seen massaging and moving her breasts up and down and side-to-side.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- After a boy's mother comes home with another man (both are drunk), the boy gets into a physical altercation with the man because of his mom bringing home a complete stranger and drinking a lot with him and wanting to have sex with his mom. The boy and the man only punch and shove each other. The boy's baby sister and mother start crying. The fight is quickly broken up.
A man dies in a car accident; the actual accident is not shown, only talked about.
A woman commits suicide; the actual suicide is not shown, only discussed. Only her urn containing her ashes is seen.
- Profanity Reason
- 2 uses of the f word. A few uses of shit, bitch, etc.
Some name calling.
2 uses the f bomb.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- 10-year-old Billy's babysitter, Katie, lets him drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes with her to and from the beach. They are eventually caught by their parents on their way home. Played for laughs.
While Billy, now a teenager, is staying at a beach house with his mom, sister, his best friend, Alan Appleby, and his friend/former babysitter, Katie, his mom comes home one night with a man she met at a bar; both his mom and the man are drunk.
Billy, now an adult, goes to a bar with his best friend, Appleby, to hang out and chat about their youth and Katie's death. They both get very drunk.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- The scene where a boy gets into a physical altercation with the man his mom has brought home is a little intense. This is really the only violent scene in the movie.
The Mount Company,
Warner Bros. Pictures,
United States of America,