Tackles complicated, big-picture themes without easy answers, such as the value of life, what it means to be human, and what it means to be alive. Asks what it means if a being is artificial but feels alive.
Guns and shooting. Stabbing. Trickling blood and bloody wounds. Crashes and explosions. Brutal fight sequences. Martial arts fighting. Violence against women. Gun shot to head, with blood spatter. Applying "glue" to heal wound. A drink glass is smashed and crushed into a character's hand, blood dripping down. Character's back broken. Brief raging, shouting.
Several women (some human, some sculptures/holograms) are shown topless. Naked bottoms. Brief hints of full-frontal nudity. Male bodies lying on tables, pubic hair visible. Main character kisses two women at once (one is an intangible hologram, and the other is a prostitute); sex is implied but not shown. (The prostitute wakes up in his bed.) Prostitutes hang out; sex sounds and obscured sex vaguely seen through frosted window.
A few uses of "f--k," including once written, plus "bulls--t" and "pr--k."
Peugeot logo shown on car, Sony logo used more than once. Other brands seen, in reference to the original film (Atari, etc.).
Characters frequently drink either clear alcohol (vodka?) or whisky, mainly in a social way. No drunkenness.