Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this black-and-white, 1940s-style "film noir" isn't likely to appeal to kids. Its plot includes references to Nazis, war crimes, and the atomic bomb, as well as lots of strong language and violence (beyond what typified the era). Characters frequently say "f--k"; there's also one use of "c--t" and an anti-Semitic remark. Violence includes beating, kicking, and shooting (resulting in bloody wounds). Sexual imagery includes a woman stripping, a rough sexual act (the woman's figure and face are in shadow), and some kissing. Several references are made to Lena's work as a prostitute. Characters smoke incessantly (it's 1945) and drink like fish.
An explicit sexual act (woman in shadows on bed, man has sex from behind her); Hannelore performs feather/strip dance in club (shadowy); Hannelore strips to her underwear and invites Jake to have sex with her (using explicit language); Hannelore and Lena work as prostitutes (discussed frequently).
Fights are brutal (kicking, punching, drawing blood); murder victims appear with visible bullet wounds/blood.
Frequent and various language: "f--k" (30+), "s--t" (10+), "hell," and "ass," as well as single use of "c--t." Also, disparaging use of "Jew."
Sometimes-noble reporter seeks to solve murder in post-WWII Potsdam; discussions of Nazis; lots of illegal activity and cover-up by Russians, Germans, and U.S. military/government officials.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Smoking cigarettes and/or drinking in nearly every scene, as befits a "noir" update.