Parents need to know that Dangerous Liaisons (Les Liaisons Dangereuses), a French film based on the 1782 novel, portrays a diverse and wealthy group of teens obsessed with their social media followers, behaving cruelly toward each other, drinking and taking drugs, having sex, and apparently attempting suicide. There's also a lot of language, including "f--k," "s--t," "damn," "ass," "bitch," "hell," "whore," "bimbo," and other insults. Teens drink, smoke marijuana and cigarettes, take pills, sniff cocaine, and sell drugs. At a party, people stumble around, pass out, and engage in drug-fueled sexual encounters. Teens have sex, and their intimacy is sometimes filmed and shared by others on social media. No intimate body parts are shown besides a man's naked bottom. There are multi-party pairings (including a throuple wed in the closing credits). A girl reads instructions to use a condom for the first time, oral sex is suggested in more than one scene, a sex quiz goes around a class with renderings of penises, and there is crude sexual language used. Two teens appear to attempt suicide and both also suffer near-fatal accidents (one in front of a moving car, the other surfing).