Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this affecting play-based dramedy starring Nicole Kidman explores the aftermath of a profound loss -- parents mourning the accidental death of their young son. It's unflinching and, thanks to that brutal honesty, may be too heavy and hard to watch for younger viewers. There's also some swearing (including "s--t" and "f--k"), pot smoking, and discussion about sex and a child's death.
A couple talks about not having sex. A woman becomes pregnant by a man who was seeing someone else. A married man flirts with another woman and contemplates infidelity.
Some loud and emotional arguments. A woman slaps a stranger. A couple mourns the death of their young son, who was accidentally hit by a car. Viewers don't see the event, but it's discussed a lot.
Language includes "prick," "s--t," "goddammit," "ass," "a--hole," and, once "f--k." Also "oh my God" and "goddamn."
Although the movie is often sad and painful -- showing that any marriage, no matter how solid it seems, can be shaken to the core by tragic events -- ultimately, it says that even if love can't prevent fissures, it can heal them.
Some companies/brands are mentioned, including Sotheby's, Christie's, and Ambien.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking. Two people smoke pot (using a pipe) in a car.