Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The One I Love is an offbeat indie dramedy (with a thriller streak) about the ways that people in long-term relationships slowly change -- and how those changes affect their partners. At the suggestion of their therapist, the main characters spend a weekend away at a small compound; they ultimately learn far more about each other, and themselves, than they expected or wanted. Expect several scenes with with pot smoking and social drinking, some swearing ("f--k," "s--t," etc.), and a few tender love scenes (no nudity). Be prepared to be surprised.
A couple makes love tenderly and affectionately. There's no nudity, but plenty of motion under the covers.
Infrequent profanity includes "s--t" and "f--k."
Marriages can be difficult, and sometimes people need to be reminded why they fell in love. After a long time, couples might only see each other's flaws, and it can be tough to look past that and recognize the real person they're with.
One character uses an iPhone.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults drink wine at meals and while relaxing and socializing. In some scenes, they also smoke pot.