Parents need to know that Above Suspicion is a not-for-kids drama about an FBI agent becoming inappropriately involved with an informant. Based on a true story, starring Emilia Clarke and Jack Huston, this thriller has strong violence, sexual content (but no nudity), and lots of drinking, drugs, and smoking. There are scenes of domestic violence and other scenes where a woman is beaten up, hit, punched, kicked, and hurt. There is blood, gunshots and bullet wounds, fights and brawls in bars and at parties. Adults often do and talk about drugs (cocaine and weed primarily), smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and are often seen high and/or drunk. There are frequent sexual references and graphic sexual dialogue, as well as a sex scene montage. Explicit language throughout: "f--k," "f---ing," "s--t," "c--ksucker," "c--k," "d--k," "bitch," "slut," "whore," "ass," "goddamn," "crap," "Christ," and "God."