Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the story is set in an L.A. music "scene," which means that characters drink, do drugs, and smoke. Characters seek fame, behave badly, cheat on each other, and fight briefly hand-to-hand; one girl is paid to seduce a young man. They use brief obnoxious language ("hard-on," "sucks", "screw"), argue, kiss, cuddle, and show romantic yearning, in handheld close-up (if you're averse to mobile framing, this film is not for you). One brief fight. The rock star phenom appears shirtless and sweaty on stage. Two agents discuss and then consume horse tranquilizers in a bar. Women wear revealing clothing, one young man appears in bed with two barely clad women.
Characters kiss, cuddle, and yearn in close-up. The rock star phenom appears shirtless and sweaty on stage. Women wear revealing clothing, Euan appears in bed, shirtless, with two barely clad women.
Obnoxious more than consistently offensive.
Everyone is deceptive, selfish, and blissful as such.
Music industry is a theme/setting; magazines, websites, and other forms of advertising appear frequently.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters smoke, drink, and do drugs, including the prominent discussion and downing of a horse tranquilizer in a bar.