Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this docudrama chronicles the political relationship between President Bill Clinton and Prime Minister Tony Blair during the eight years the Clinton was in office. The former president's criminal investigation into his extramarital affairs is a major theme, as are the violent events that took place in Northern Ireland and Kosovo during that time (news footage of the violence is visible). The movie also contains some strong words like "bulls--t" and "f--k." It isn't intended for kids, but it will appeal to teens and adults with an interest in history and/or politics.
Clinton's extramarital affairs are prominently discussed. Contains references to the size of men's genitalia and sexual acts. Male cast members are sometimes shown shirtless; female cast members are sometimes shown in modest undergarments.
Contains real-life footage of violence that took place during their leadership, including bloody protests and explosions in Northern Ireland, and images of genocide victims in Kosovo.
Words like "piss," "bitch," "s--t," and "f--k" are audible.
The series highlights the unique political loyalty the two world leaders had for each other during their leadership. It also underscores the fact that this loyalty is primarily politically (and not personally) motivated.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Consumption of wine, champagne, and other alcoholic beverages is visible during meals and receptions.