What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie is a hard R, with frequent sexual language and activity, nudity, violence, and profanity. Characters talk about murder and engage in violent acts (one shooting, a couple of fights, one attempted strangling). Characters talk about sex using crude language, and try to seduce one another with sultry looks and descriptions of sexual activity. Catherine wears revealing clothing. The dead bodies are gruesome (pale, frothing at the mouth from a drug overdose, neck bleeding). Characters buy drugs, Catherine smokes a joint, characters drink and smoke cigarettes.
- Families can talk about the attention that middle-aged Sharon Stone has received for playing a sexy role. Why is it so surprising that she could still play this sort of role? Would it be as shocking if a man the same age played a similar role? Also, why do so many strong women in movies only derive power by using their sex appeal?