Brokeback Mountain is the kind of movie that only comes around once a decade; one that pulls you so intensely into its story that you feel it for days afterward. This movie sticks with you, in all of its grand romance and heartbreaking sadness. Unfortunately since its release it's been unfairly labeled the "gay cowboy movie." Of course the movie is about gay cowboys, but to only refer to that is a misguided simplification. This is an incredibly deep, emotional movie about how we, as humans, fall in love, keep secrets, relate to other people, judge those around us, and cope with tragedy. It's epic in the scale of its storytelling and rich performances, and the inappropriate content, however shocking it may be to some, isn't actually all that graphic. There're a handful of love scenes in the movie: one gay (with a few other gay love scenes implied) and two heterosexual. In both the heterosexual scenes the woman's breasts are plainly visible for a short amount of time. The gay love scene is definitely not a tender, romantic moment. The side of one man's butt is shown as the other man pulls down the seat of his jeans. We see some thrusting, but the scene is short. After that initial scene, however, there are some additional scenes of men unclothed in bed together (we usually only see their upper halves) but those scenes are sweet and tender. We see two men nude a handful of times as they bathe and skinny dip (we see rears and flashes of full frontal nudity). Language is strong but not pervasive; probably around 20 "f" words. A few men are beat up onscreen bloodily. We see a bloody, rotting corpse in a flashback scene. It's implied that a major character is beaten to death. Characters routinely drown their sorrows in alcohol.