Plenty of positive messages for teen viewers to consider: There's more to life than popularity and status; everyone deserves a certain amount of respect and empathy; a romantic partner should want to be friends with you, support you, and encourage you, not just have sex with you; friends shouldn't blindly stand back as their friends bully others; parents want to be with and talk to their kids if given the chance for open and honest communication; and more.
The girls get in a fatal car accident one night. In another version of the night, Juliet commits suicide by purposely running in front of a car. In nearly all versions of the night, Juliet confronts Lindsay and her friends, who poke fun at her, push her, and even throw drinks at her face.
Sam plans to have sex for the first time on the night, and her friends make jokes about "no glove, no love" and give her a condom to ensure safe sex. There's one sex scene; it shows a teen couple in a bed half dressed. Sam flirts with her handsome teacher. Various teens kiss and make out at Kent's party. Lindsay and the other girls discuss losing their virginity. Lindsay tells her boyfriend what sexual favor she'll give him if he brings her a drink. Elody flashes her bra to her friends in a non-sexual way.
Strong language includes one "f--king," plus "s--t," "hell," "bitch," "a--hole," "sociopath," "psychokiller," "pathetic," "t-ts," "damn," "bull dyke," and "Mellow Yellow."
Lots of close-ups of Sam's iPhone. Also a couple of cars and Apple MacBook.
Teens drink and get drunk at a party (parents are out of town). One character gets so drunk that she gets sick.