Though nothing is spelled out, the movie has a Zen-like flow; the circular patterns are accepted and change -- i.e., destruction and rebirth -- are embraced. The sun sets at night and rises again in the morning. Viewers can discuss what this means: Is it a form of peace? Resignation? As a bonus, the movie could get teens interested in reading or writing poetry (or painting, or design, etc.).
A character pulls a gun that turns out to be a toy. He points it at a woman and then to his head. A man wrestles him to the ground and grabs the gun.
Lots of kissing between a couple that lives together. She appears to be naked under the covers, but only her back and top of her thigh shown. He kisses her back and shoulders.
Infrequent uses of "f--k," a use of "motherf----r," a few uses of "s--t," plus "ass," "damn," "hell," "stupid," and "oh my God."
Main character goes to bar every night, sips at a single beer. Other social drinking in bar.