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Sex & Nudity

Rated R for sexual content, language and some drug use.

There is one sex scene; the two characters are shown clothed in different positions. Later, it shows a woman fully nude in the shower from the side. Another scene where a woman is putting on semi-transparent "Spanx" and you can see her breasts a bit through the material. Two women are shown in a bathtub, but bubbles hide any nudity.

Violence & Gore

Profanity

There are 30 occurrences of the "F" word or derivatives of it.

One scene depicts a woman clearing smoking marijuana from a pipe. Two people sit on a sidewalk and share a joint. The characters drink wine throughout the movie (not to the point of intoxication). There is a scene of high-school age minors at a party drinking alcohol. The characters reference abusing perscription drugs several times and seek to obtain them, though pills are not shown.

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