Invites viewers to think about Hurricane Katrina -- not only its general devastation but also the way it affected Black people in the impacted community. Suggests conspiracy theory about how flood waters inundated Black neighborhoods and not White ones. It may be worth discussing how a natural disaster could lead to increased discrimination; certainly, story ties into Black Lives Matter movement. On the downside, some characters get away with their crimes at the end.
Lots of guns and shooting. Blood/bloody wounds; both main and secondary characters die. Extra gory animated opening titles. Raccoon bites a man's groin off-screen. Character shoots dog. Screaming, blood. Nazi imagery. Character wields a baseball bat. Attacking pit bull. Character yelling, punching wall.
Strip club scenes show scantily clad/topless women and bare bottoms. Naked male bottom shown. Strong sex-related dialogue. Married couple is affectionate.
Constant use of extremely strong language, including "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," the "N" word, "p---y," "ass," "bitch," "goddamn," "hard-on," etc. Middle-finger gesture.
Main characters smoke pot. A main character is a small-time drug dealer. Supporting characters are big-time drug dealers. Supporting character drinks out of a bottle in a paper bag. Social drinking, whiskey, Bloody Mary. Cigarette smoking.