Saving yourself from hard situations takes courage, as does learning to live life on your own terms. But film doesn't portray romantic relationships in a particularly healthy way.
Violent depictions of murder, including explosive gunshots to the head, legs, chest. Blood shown on-screen. Mentions and scenes with abuse and torture. A scene showing rape from the victim's point of view. Mention of a violent abortion ending with both fetus and mother dying. Body horror such as cutting a microchip out of Sarai's neck. Sarai gets knocked unconscious; she also threatens Victor with a gun. Mention of patricide. Mentions and allusions to sex trafficking.
Partial nudity, including breasts. Scenes with Sarai clothed in skimpy underthings. Suggestive touching, voyeurism from the camera lingering on Sarai's body. Sex scenes include partial nudity (chests and upper body). Female waitresses are also shown partially nude, chest up, in a scene involving a lurid party.
Curse words/phrases include "a--hole," "s--t," "son of a bitch," "go to hell," "bitch," and "whore." Use of the word "stupid," which could be seen as ableist.
Victor wears a Rolex watch, drives a Maserati car. Victor and Sarai drive a Chevrolet truck later in the film. Luxury is an important part of selling Victor's lifestyle to the audience.
Mention of drugs. Characters drink alcohol in several scenes.