Life In A Year
LIFE IN A YEAR is a US drama in which a young man, destined for Harvard, discovers that his girlfriend is terminally ill so throws aside his plans to help her enjoy her last year.
There is a single use of strong language ('f**k'). Other bad language includes 'bitch', 'dick', 'shit', 'bullshit', 'asshole', 'damn' and 'hell'. There is also a use of 'nigga' as a teen sings along with a rap song.
A teen jokes about 'riding the A train' as he pins a drawing of a hairy bottom over a sign reading 'losing virginity'. There are jokes about 'humping a pumpkin' and a brief discussion about a teenage boy shaving his pubic hair.
There are upsetting scenes as a terminally ill young woman collapses, has a fit and coughs up blood. Her boyfriend becomes very distressed as he's told she has only a few weeks to live. She is seen struggling for breath in her final moments.
There is implied drug use as a teenage boy is left a joint as a tip while busking. He is later seen looking spaced out and vomits. A teenage girl comments "this is why we don't do drugs". There are also references to a woman being a junkie who 'got clean' and a girl jokes that she is taking her boyfriend to 'buy crack'.
There is also mild violence as a boy punches a roadie before a girl hits the roadie with a thrown brick, leaving him with a bloodied nose. A character who performs as drag queen is called a 'freak' by a shopkeeper and a teenager says he is confused because he doesn't know whether the character is a mum or dad.