Though the film portrays many kinds of love, there's a particular emphasis on romantic love, and those who lack it seem bereft. One portrayal of mature love, though needing exploration, is surprisingly complex.
Two teens discuss their plans to meet at lunch and have sex for the first time. The teenage boy is shown naked, with a guitar hiding his genitals. Couples kiss, sometimes in bed wearing little clothing; women's legs peek out from beneath bedcovers. One character works as a phone-sex attendant, and viewers hear her raunchy conversations. A married man cheats on his wife, and his girlfriend has no clue that he's "taken." A man is shown getting out of the shower and walking around in a towel.
A sprinkling of "bitch," "ass," "moron," and "hell," and the occasional "s--t." Several uses of "God" as an exclamation.
It's hard not to notice that many characters are toting BlackBerrys. ESPN is name-dropped.