Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that themes of suicide, promiscuous sexual behavior, and drug use are tossed around rather casually in this straight-to-DVD dark comedy. One character has sex in the car with a hitchhiker and three siblings bond while smoking pot and drinking.
Ida has brief sex in a car with a hitchhiker, which is heard more than seen (skewed legs, pants pulled down and so on). Jay and his wife are naked in bed -- you can see their backsides. Jay briefly masturbates to a porno and is shown from above the shoulders, for about 30 seconds. Flash of porno shows breasts.
The F-word is used by Betty when she is angry. Morrie talks about his bowel problems using the s-word. Plus a sprinkling of other expletives.
Jay, Ida, and Morrie are all guilty of crossing publicly acceptable boundaries. Jay has "touched" (though not abused) a girl, Ida picks up guys and sleeps with them, Morrie relieves himself explicitly in the neighbor's yard. In the name of dark comedy, yes. But some might take offense.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Ida and Morrie share cigarettes. The whole family smokes a joint in a bonding scene. They also share alcohol. Ida gets drunk and engages in risky behavior.