Dogma

Theatrical Release: November 12, 1999
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Synopsis

Director Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy) presents a controversial film about two fallen angels (Ben Affleck and Matt Damon) who try to sneak back into heaven through a loophole in church doctrine. If there were an actual error, it would prove God is fallible. Therefore, a lapsed Catholic (Linda Fiorentino), who works in an abortion clinic, is recruited by a heavenly high ranker to crusade against the exiled angels.

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Content Description

Much use of profane, obscene, and sexually explicit language, even by these wayward angels; blasphemy; nudity; drug, alcohol and cigarette use; violence including bloody fights and guns; irreverent and adolescent dialogue, humor, and behavior; anti-Catholic sentiments; Hollywood always counters those who protest religious mockery by defending their film as one filled with “thoughtful” ideas.

Info

Company: Lionsgate
Writer: Kevin Smith
Director: Kevin Smith
Producer: Scott Mosier
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 125 min.
Industry Rating: R