Not much here in the way of positive messages, although Capone is surrounded by a devoted family.
Several scenes in which Fonz has visions of acts of violence (some real, some possibly imagined), including torture and killing of a bound man. Two incidences of spree killing: one at a party, one at a home. Other murders. Fonz spits on his wife, who slaps, pushes him (and then immediately begs forgiveness). Fonz threatens several men in Italian and English. In a vision, a man takes out his eyes and gives them to Fonz, who sees the eyeballs and the man's bloody eye sockets. Fonz' sickness leads to physical decay, including two fairly graphic scenes of fecal incontinence.
A partially clothed sex scene (loud noises, thrusting) is interrupted by a phone call. A woman pulls up her dress, pulls down her underwear, and straddles a man, and then the scene changes quickly. Married couples hold hands, hug, cuddle. Capone suffers from advanced syphilis, an STD.
Extremely strong, frequent language: "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," "f--king," "bitch," and lots more.
The Wizard of Oz and the Thompson "Tommy" gun are seen/featured.
Near-constant cigar smoking, as well as occasional cigarette smoke.