The Swearing Jar Release Date, Age Rating and More Details!

The Swearing Jar  Parents Guide

The drama film The Swearing Jar, directed by Lindsay MacKay and written by Kate Hewlett, is set to release in the near future. Parents should read The Swearing Jar Parents Guide before allowing their children to view the film. Knowing in advance whether or not the film is suitable for your children is made easier by this feature.

The Swearing Jar Release Date

The Swearing Jar is set to be released on 30 September 2022.

Movie Name The Swearing Jar
Genre Drama, Musical, Romance
Director Lindsay MacKay
Writer Kate Hewlett
Release Date September 23, 2022
Runtime 1h, 51m
Age Rating Not Available
Country Canada
Language English
Production Company Monkeys & Parrots,  Farpoint Films, Middle Child Films Inc., MoJo Global Arts
Distributor Gravitas Ventures, levelFILM


Finding your one and only soul mate is a miraculous and unusual occurrence. Carey quickly discovers that locating two of them is an even larger challenge. In THE SWEARING JAR, two intertwined love tales examine the difficulties of parenthood, marriage, death, and moving on.

The Swearing Jar
The Swearing Jar

The Swearing Jar Parents Guide

  • Supernatural Drama
  • Miracle Things
  • Challenging Love Story

The Swearing Jar Age Rating

The Swearing Jar is not rated yet, we will update you soon.

  • Douglas Smith as Owen
  • Patrick J. Adams as Simon
  • Kathleen Turner as Bev
  • David Hewlett as Bill
  • Jade Ma as Jess
  • Athena Park as Robin
  • Nadine Whiteman Roden as Dr. Rose(as Nadine Roden)
  • Matilda Legault as Gretche as Izzi Nagel
  • Mary Grant as an Anesthesiologist
  • Randy Singh as Cyrus
  • Isla Parekh as
  • Chris Tarpon as Bar Patron(uncredited)

The Swearing Jar Official Trailer

Informed parents will be familiar with The Swearing Jar Parenting Guide. For what reason is The Swearing Jar rated? Find out how well received The Swearing Jar was in different countries all around the world, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and more.

In fact, the MPAA, the BBFC, and Common Sense Media’s TV Parental Guidelines all agree on the appropriate age range for a given film (A television content rating system in the United States).

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