Safer At Home
SAFER AT HOME is a US drama thriller in which a group of friends have an online party and take ecstasy during the COVID-19 lockdown, but a tragic accident forces them out of their respective homes.
There is strong language ('f**k'), accompanied by milder terms, including 'slut', 'dick', 'bitch', 'shit', 'God', 'Jesus', 'Christ', 'hell', 'screw' and 'damn'.
Adults take ecstasy, with some commenting on the strength of its effects. One man gets panicked and his partner tries to calm him.
After he suddenly becomes angry, a woman, arguing with her partner, falls backwards and hits her head, becoming unconscious. Characters, including ones with implied experience of domestic abuse, question the circumstances of the incident.
There are moderate bloody images A man is shot by cops off-screen, with bloody detail. There are sex references (e.g. a woman admits to having a threesome at high school).