Mrs Doubtfire

Mrs Doubtfire
Mrs Doubtfire

Year

1993

Duration

120 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Robin Williams plays actor Daniel Hillard, a loving but feckless dad whose wife has decided she's had enough of him and files for divorce. Daniel is heartbroken when she gets custody of the kids but soon hatches a plan - to use all his acting skills to become a sweet-but-firm Scottish woman, Mrs Doubtfire, and secretly become nanny to his own children. Williams successfully channels his trademark comic energy here to create the unflappable Mrs D, funniest when there's a slightly risqué wisecrack sneaking out from "her" oh-so-respectable lips.

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12A Classification

This film has a couple of uses of moderate bad language and moderate sex references.

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