Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Blue Jasmine is a Woody Allen-directed dramedy with themes that may be too mature for tweens and younger. The protagonist is mentally unstable and is falling apart right before viewers' eyes. Characters don't readily empathize with one another, and they sometimes sabotage each other, not to mention themselves. There's lots of drinking and pill-popping -- the main character, Jasmine (aka Jeanette), relies on hard liquor and prescription medication to get through the day. Another character is very angry, bordering on abusive, and there's some strong language ("f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," etc.).
Some kissing and groping, plus allusions to sex, but viewers don't actually see much.
Loud fights between couples, one of which culminates in a woman getting out of a car abruptly (almost while it's still moving). A man screams at a woman's face in anger, roughly grabbing her. One character is very angry, bordering on abusive.
Language includes a couple of uses of "f--k," plus "s--t," "p---y," "a--hole," "hell," "crap," "damn," "goddamn," "Jesus" (as an exclamation), and more.
The film is somewhat bleak, but if there's one message, it's this: What goes around comes around.
Brands/products associated with affluence are used to denote someone's "high class" stature: Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Hermes, Polo, and the like.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A woman pops prescription pills and chases them with vodka or any other liquor every chance she can get. (She's clearly developing a drinking and pill-popping problem.) Social drinking at parties.