Comments made on the amoral vapidity of tabloid journalism. Characters question our celebrity-obsessed culture.
Positive Role Models & Representations
A scene with reckless driving, and one of the characters putting his life in danger by stopping traffic.
Comments about breasts, leering at breasts, questions about sleeping with someone, and jokes about masturbating. A comment about seeing a former girlfriend named Pandora and her "box." The two leads are seen postcoital, but not naked. Lead character's flatmate wears sexually suggestive T-shirts. This same flatmate poses outside the flat for paparazzi while wearing nothing but his briefs, then goes back inside, posing in a mirror while grabbing his crotch. The lead female character discovers that there's a sex tape of her that has surfaced and is now the talk of the tabloids. A group of men in a restaurant are overheard talking about celebrities they would like to have sex with; they speak of them in a sexist and objectifying manner. Talk of male fantasies concerning female celebrities.
Occasional profanity. Character wears a T-shirt that reads "Fancy a f--k?" on the back, also wears a shirt that reads "Get It Here" with an arrow pointing toward his crotch. "Pr--k," "s--t," "d--k," "crap," "ass," "damn." Lead character refers to his flatmate as a "masturbating Welshman." A group of men at a restaurant sit around a table discussing the celebrities they'd like to have sex with. Double entendre joke concerning "Pandora's box." A woman is described as "kissing like a nymphomaniac on death row." Conversation and quips about testicles, breasts, rear ends.
Ease of Play
Wine drinking at dinner parties, some drunkenness. Cigarette smoking.