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There is an implied sexual scene where a couple is kissing, and the man subsequently removes the womans underwear and turns her around. Nothing else is shown and the scene does not contain any depiction of nudity.

In another scene set at a party, a man is seen standing closely facing a woman. Some hand movements below the frame are seen, this is followed by the woman running to her friend to announce that she just had sex.

4 uses of the expletive 'f**k', two are mumbled, but voiced by a child.

Constant uses of the expletives 's**t' and 'a**' throughout.

Characters also flip 'the bird' throughout the film.

The central plot revolves around a pair of good friends whose friendship is tested when one learns that she has breast cancer. This thematic element can be intense for some viewers.

The film also contains a scene where a woman removes the bandage around her chest to reveal the surgery scars from her mastectomy.

Recommended for persons aged 16 and above.

Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for thematic content, sexual material and some language

Rated PG-13 for thematic content, sexual material and some language

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