Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that although this affecting drama probably isn't too much for young teens in terms of sex, language, and violence, it does touch on adult issues such as infidelity, tackling these topics with a sense of refinement and sensitivity. Watching how Alzheimer's progresses can also be wrenching, and teens may need some guidance to process it all.
A husband and wife have sex, but it's only hinted at. Some kissing.
None, save for emotional warfare.
Fairly mild, except for a few surprising -- though salient -- moments when "f--k" (and a derivative, "clusterf--k") is used.
Allusions to infidelity as well as actual infidelity, though it's put into context. Some condescending behavior toward the sick on the part of an administrator at the assisted-living facility.
Some mentions of book titles and authors.
Drugs / Tobacco /
One character smokes. Wine is served during a dinner (and actually plays an important role in the plot).