Sixty Six (2006)
Starring Helena Bonham Carter, Eddie Marsan
Jay and I stumbled upon this interesting indie flick and quite enjoyed it. It's a quirky and heart-warming story.... the director's real-life experiences.... about an English boy (a younger son) struggling to be noticed by his working-class family and have the best bar mitzvah ever.
The PG-13 rating: Though I imagine there is a bit of "language" in the film, I never heard any because of the actors' accents.... in fact, I missed a bit of dialogue because of it, but it didn't seem to matter; I still got the gist of it. (There may have been some language I didn't catch because the Brits use some words that don't have the same meaning to Americans.) There is a brief reference to male genitals and a glimpse of a nude backside, which were very both very mild. There is also one uncomfortable (but brief) scene where the boy accidentally glimpses a passionate scene between a man and woman, but the audience doesn't see anything. I wouldn't want my 13 year old to see it, unless it was edited.