Spanglish

Theatrical Release: December 17, 2004
Spanglish
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Synopsis

Flor (Paz Vega) emigrates to Los Angeles from Mexico in hopes of finding a better life for her and her daughter, Cristina (Victoria Luna). Hired by the John and Deborah Clasky (Adam Sandler and Tea Leoni) as their housekeeper, Flor contends with the language barrier, Cristina’s budding femininity, and the eccentric Clasky’s way of life.

Dove Review

While I found this film entertaining and heartwarming, I cannot recommend it. The language is unnecessary as is the on screen sex scene. What can be taken away is that faithfulness is important in relationships as is an open dialog between spouses. The main characters never seem to connect on any level as they go about their own lives. While the story is told by Cristina, much of the dysfunction revolves around the Clasky’s and their inability to communicate with each other.

Content Description

Sex: Married couple has sex on screen but without nudity
Language: 1 F-word, 1 S-word, 4 D-words, God's name taken in vain
Violence: none
Drugs: Grandmother drinks often but quits
Nudity: None
Occult: None

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Director: James L. Brooks
Producer: Julie Ansell
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 121 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Starring: Adam Sandler, Téa Leoni, Paz Vega, Cloris Leachman
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe