Dr Bird's Advice For Sad Poets
DR BIRD'S ADVICE FOR SAD POETS is a comedy drama in which a teenage boy tries to overcome his mental health issues by seeking advice from an imaginary pigeon therapist called Dr. Bird.
There are some strong verbal sex references, as well as a brief comic scene in which a woman displays a male statue with an erect penis.
There are several references to mental health. In one scene a teenage boy contemplating suicide wades out into a lake; however, he does not take his own life.
There are references to domestic abuse, including a couple of scenes in which a husband angrily strikes his wife across the face. There is also a brief fight scene between two men.
The film also contains references to drug misuse, including one in which a young man whose drink has been spiked with Rohypnol lies unconscious. Drug misuse is not condoned by the film as a whole. There is also infrequent strong language ('f**k'), as well as several bleeped uses, along with some milder terms (eg 'whore', 'dick', 'ass'), and brief moderate threat.