Venise N’est Pas En Italie (Venice Calling) is a French comedic drama that follows Emile, a teenaged boy whose eccentric parents decide to follow him to Venice, Italy, after being invited to a performance by his love interest, Pauline. The film is in French and sporadic Italian with English subtitles.
The film includes thematic material in the form of crude humour and includes a conversation regarding penis size; a male says that a chef he works for will "rip me a new one"; and a boy and his father are viewed from behind as a trickling sound is heard implying that they are urinating. Themes also includes family dysfunction.
Violence in the film takes the form of a boy pushing a girl; a mother and a father slapping a boy in the face; and a play fight between two brothers.
There are multiple verbal references throughout the film including: a reference to a 'booty call'; a conversation between two brothers in which one asks the other if he is a virgin; and a reference to a girl "wanting him too", after it is implied one brother has had sex with her (this is visually depicted by a tent shaking).
The film includes use of the words 'shit' (also 'putain' that is often subtitled as shit, or not subtitled and still audible throughout the film), 'bastard' and 'crap'.
There is a scene in which a female is viewed naked, illuminated by the light of a mobile phone. Her breasts are clearly viewed in close-up and her pubic area is also viewed (pubic hair obscuring any genital detail). The same female is viewed again briefly with her breasts visible while getting dressed.
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