Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby is an earthy, complicated, fascinating (if somewhat overlong) glimpse into a marriage that's fallen to shambles after a tragedy. It's pretty intense, unflinching material that's not likely to be very relatable for younger teens. Expect swearing (including "a--hole," "f--k," and more), some violence (a fist fight and a few other physical confrontations, as well as a woman jumping off a bridge), drinking (mostly of the social variety), and some scenes in which couples are shown in passionate lip locks and are clearly headed for more.
A couple is shown passionately kissing and presumably about to have sex (and in other scenes, having just had sex) in a car. In another scene, a man and a woman are shown making out, and it's made clear that they'll also have sex. In both cases, there's no nudity.
A car hits a man and knocks him off his feet. Two friends have a shouting match that turns physical (mostly wrestling and tussling). A woman jumps off a bridge. A restaurant owner punches a belligerent customer. The main characters have suffered a terrible tragedy.
"Crap," "s--t," "d--k," "a-s," and f--k" are all heard.
Grief can nearly kill you one moment -- but rebuild you the next.
Some labels seen or mentioned, including Hallmark and Le Sportsac.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some drinking, usually at a bar or with dinner.