The central characters are all thieves/criminals, but they do have their own code of ethics, which includes teamwork, friendship, and looking out for one another. The importance of planning and strategizing is also promoted.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Plenty of tension/suspense. Debbie threatens her ex with a prison-made shiv that she uses to rip off one of his buttons. A character is shown violently throwing up (the vomit is off-screen, but you hear her gag, and she's shown over the toilet).
Flirting/kissing. In one scene, a woman in lingerie seduces her partner and handcuffs him to his bed (he's shirtless). Several works of art featuring nudity are on display.
Infrequent language includes "damn," "s--t," "p--sies," "a--holes," "crap," "bugger," etc. A character receives a text that says "fkng." "Piss" written in subtitles.
Cartier and Vogue (and editor Anna Wintour) are heavily featured/referenced. Many other brands/logos/products seen, including Apple/iPhone/Mac, Smirnoff, Bergdorf Goodman, Burberry, Judge Judy, Toyota 4Runner, Veselka restaurant, Nutella, Subway, Keurig, Sodastream, GE, Evenflo, eBay, BMW, Junior's Bakery, Veuve Clicquot champagne, Tinder, Marc Jacobs, etc.
Ease of Play
Adults drink at dinners, parties, pubs. One character waters down vodka that she sells to clubs; Nine Ball smokes pot on a couple of occasions. A woman's meal is drugged to make her vomit.