Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this documentary includes lots of strong profanity. That is, over 20 uses of the f-word, twice as many s-words, "bitch," "hell," "ass," slang for genitals ("d--k" and "p---y," for examples), and the n-word (by black speakers). Jokes and dialogue refer to sexual activity, drinking and pot-smoking, characters smoke on screen, and Chappelle talks about purchasing cigarettes in a convenience store. Some of the performed hip-hop lyrics include profanity. Fred Hampton's son appears briefly, and Chappelle describes his father's shooting (in his bed, next to his pregnant wife), by Chicago police in 1969.
Jokes and dialogue refer to sexual activity.
A shooting is described.
LOTS of explicit language.
Drugs / Tobacco /
References to drinking, smoking, and pot smoking.