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Two men are shown having sex briefly. They both are clothed, and we hear the sounds of one penetrating the other before they stop (one mentions that his condom broke).

One man is seen fully nude during a medical examination, and another is shown nude from behind on a beach.

A man and his wife have sex with graphic thrusting motions, although they both are covered by sheets.

A woman is seen fully nude during a conversation with her husband.

A few dozen "f" words, one "c" word, and pretty much every other milder profanity shows up pretty frequently.

Characters smoke and drink casually. Several are shown high on medication (one character is addicted to Valium).

Mortality is the big theme here, so death is discussed and shown a lot. The characters make bad choices that result in emotionally intense situations.


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