Parents need to know that Beckett has political intrigue, continuous violent action, and swearing. The political plot driving the action goes hand-in-hand with a love story that motivates the main character. An accident sparks the intrigue and involves a car flipping over repeatedly and crashing into a house, killing one of its occupants, who is found in a pool of blood. The other wakes up in a hospital with a cast on the arm and bruises. Beckett is pursued and attacked throughout the film. He's shot at repeatedly, punched, and stabbed. He jumps out of houses, off cliffs, and off the side of a multistory building onto the top of a moving car. He runs across train tracks as a train approaches, and he hurts people trying to hurt him, including tasing a man, hitting a man repeatedly with a pipe, and shooting two different people. A child is said to have been kidnapped. There's a lot of blood, a dead body is shown in a morgue, and Beckett also suffers panic attacks. He seems to briefly consider overdosing on sedatives. A massive political protest turns violent, with police in riot gear, fights, gas, and people vandalizing cars and streets. Several characters who represent the law and governments are violent, corrupt, and duplicitous, while other random people help Beckett with no expected benefit to themselves, including lots of young people and political activists. Beckett is Black and, though he appears to be the only Black person on-screen in the Greek setting, his race is not discussed or highlighted. There's some usage of alcohol, smoking, and medications. One scene shows a couple kissing in bed and initiating sex. Language includes "f--k," f--king," "f--ked," "Jesus f--king Christ," "s--t," "s--tting," "bulls--t," "hell," "goddamn," "piss," and "screwed." There's some dialogue in Greek that's not translated or subtitled in the English version.