This is a true "message film": It's about those with PTSD accepting their affliction and seeking help. Considering the statistics involving suicides by veterans, this is an extremely worthy, important message. There are also examples of selflessness, courage, empathy, and heartfelt support, both in combat and at home.
Intense wartime violence, including graphic head injuries and gore. Non-graphic dogfighting followed by graphic dogfighting injuries. Domestic rage from a character who loses control. One character is shot at in a parking lot. A baby is dropped. Disturbing hallucinations.
A married couple has sex (non-graphic), but it goes terribly wrong. Brief, distant female rear and side nudity. Crude sex talk.
Frequent strong language, including many versions of "f--k," plus "s--t," "p---y," "ass," "a--hole," "goddamn," and "f---ing Christ." Crude conversations.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A fair amount of drinking. Prescription drugs and prescription drug abuse are discussed. Illicit drugs are discussed; Ecstasy is used but not shown being taken. Smoking.