Be honest with your romantic partner, even if that means confessing to a transgression. Tell the truth, ask for forgiveness, and work together to get past the hurt. Encourages people with mental or emotional struggles and/or addictions to seek professional help and support.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Two men knock out two other men -- both with objects they smash over the other man's head. Two men push each other but don't really fight. In a fit of anger, a man comes after the woman he supposedly loves with a knife. His feet are bloody from stepping over broken glass, adding to the disturbing nature of the scene. References to child abuse, rape, and domestic violence. A character is presumed dead after trying to commit suicide. A woman cowers in fear from her lover.
The entire movie deals with the protagonist's sex addiction, and there are many sex scenes, ranging from self-pleasure with the aide of an adult novelty toy and pornography to sex with her husband and lovers. Some of the scenes are partially clothed, but several involve nudity, and one scene takes place in a sex club where various couples are being sensual, engaging in S&M or having sex. Nudity includes women's breasts and entire backsides and men's chest and buttocks -- but no full-frontal nudity.
The language grows in intensity and frequency as the movie progresses, with words like "f--k," "bitch," "s--t," "a--hole," and "whore" being said mostly in the second half.
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Ease of Play
Adults drink wine, beer, and cocktails, both at home and in bars/nightclubs. In one scene, Zoe takes a pill (presumably a club drug) to lower her inhibitions.