Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this indie comedy is a candid, insider look at Hollywood -- specifically the TV industry. And nearly everyone behaves badly: Lying is par for the course, swearing is common, stupidity trumps quality, and the writer doesn't necessarily get a happy ending. There's also some sexual content, smoking, and drinking amid all the backbiting and cynicism.
Sexual banter and some kissing. An actress undresses in the wardrobe trailer.
Nothing of note. Though it's obvious that selling out is painful. ...
This is Hollywood, and its inhabitants like to play it blue. "S--t" and "f--k" are de rigueur.
Couples fall apart; a writer, forlorn over having sold out, begins popping painkillers. Almost all of the Hollywood players lie.
Because the movie's about making TV shows, series' names are bandied about with abandon, as are some luxury products that Hollywood types tend to indulge in (Mercedes, Passat, etc.).
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinks abound at gatherings, smokers light up, and the lead character pops pills.