Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Match is an indie drama about three characters who are each hiding something from one another -- including a renowned ballet instructor (Patrick Stewart), a graduate student who's interviewing him for her dissertation (Carla Gugino), and her somewhat reluctant husband (Matthew Lillard). Over the course of a long afternoon fueled by wine, whiskey, and pot, the conversation turns increasingly personal, and it becomes clear that the three strangers have a deep connection. In addition to the substance use, expect a lot of swearing (especially "f--k") and some explicit discussions about sex, including oral sex. Two men wrestle in a tense encounter.
Several discussions about sex, including a long and somewhat graphic discourse on oral sex.
A heated argument between an old man and a younger man becomes violent; the younger one wrestles the elder into submission.
Frequent swearing includes many uses of "f--k," "s--t," and "ass."
Tackles big themes: honesty, choices, responsibility. Also, long-buried secrets can fester, and finally sharing the truth can be liberating.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The three main characters drink wine and whiskey in several scenes. They also smoke pot and engage in long discussions about what it's like to be high.