It’s almost that time. Tyler Perry’s A Jazzman’s Blues arrives on Netflix on Sept. 23 and people are excited to see the long-awaited film. But before you hit play on the movie’s title page, it’s important that you’re aware of the parents guide and age rating.
A Jazzman’s Blues is a drama film created by Tyler Perry. Perry wrote, produced, and directed the movie. The story takes place from 1937 to 1987 and is set in the deep South of the U.S. It follows a forbidden love story between two star-crossed lovers who meet when they’re teenagers and continue staying in each other’s lives through adulthood.
The talented cast consists of Joshua Boone, Amirah Vann, Solea Pfeiffer, Austin Scott, Ryan Eggold, Milauna Jemai Jackson, and many others.
So is A Jazzman’s Blues okay to watch with kids? We answered this question below.
A Jazzman’s Blues parents guide and age rating
The drama movie is rated R, which means it may not be appropriate for ages 17 and under. It contains adult material such as some drug use, violent images, rape, brief sexuality, and strong language. Overall, it’s intended to be viewed by mature audiences only. So, we suggest finding something else for the kids to watch to keep them occupied before you start watching A Jazzman’s Blues. Fortunately, Netflix has tons of kids’ content on its platform that you can choose from. I’m confident you’ll find something good for them to watch.
I promise that once you begin watching the drama movie, you’ll want to see it to the end with no distractions.
A Jazzman’s Blues trailer
Take a look at the official trailer to get hyped for the film’s release!
Get ready because A Jazzman’s Blues is coming at us fast with a release on Sept. 23 at 12:00 a.m. PT/3:00 a.m. ET only on Netflix. Who will you be watching the movie with?