Premiering at SXSW in Texas last year, Rachel Sennott's latest indie project Bottoms earned rave reviews.
Starring an incredible cast and helmed by Shiva Baby director Emma Seligman, the film, which was described by Rolling Stone as “the horniest, bloodiest high school movie of the 21st century," quickly became the must-see movie to the moment.
Watch Below: BOTTOMS | Official Red Band Trailer
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Bottoms follows two unpopular best friends PJ (Sennot) and Josie (Edebiri) who start a high school fight club to meet girls and lose their virginity. However, their plan goes completely awry and they quickly find themselves in over their heads.
Rachel Sennot and Ayo Edebiri star in Bottoms.
Why is the Bottoms movie rated R?
In the U.S. Bottoms is rated R or Restricted, which means anyone under the age of 17 requires an accompanying parent or guardian to be admitted into the cinema.
Bottoms is rated R for "crude sexual content, pervasive language and some violence."
We have a different classification process in Australia, however, so the flick is listed as MA 15+, meaning it "contains strong content and is legally restricted to people over the age of 15".
Kaia Gerber is also in the star-studded cast of Bottoms.
What streaming service will Bottoms be on?
Bottoms is available to stream exclusively on Prime Video in Australia from February 6, as it's an MGM film and Amazon acquired the production company in 2022.
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