Parents need to know that Guilty, a drama from India (in Hindi with English subtitles, or dubbed), is set in a prestigious, fictional university in New Delhi. A sexually provocative female student accuses an attractive, popular classmate of rape after a night of drunken and drugged behavior at a campus party. What follows is a blending of witness accounts, legal maneuvers, and family and school interventions that cloud both the truth and the relationships between the principal characters. At the heart of the story is the accused rapist's girlfriend, who believes in his innocence. Viewers can expect scenes of highly-charged suspense and friction, including a slap, fighting, and the abduction of a young man (who's held only briefly). Spoiler alert: a brutal sexual attack is shown; its reliability may be questioned. A loving couple kisses, engages in mild foreplay, and is shown waking up in bed together. A man masturbates in an underground crossway. Language is coarse throughout, including countless uses of "f--k," "s--t," and other curses. Partying students use alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, and other drugs to get drunk and high. Casual marijuana use is shown in other scenes. The film, which addresses issues of sexual abuse, classism, and gender inequity, along with its inclusion of drug use and profanity, isn't suitable for most kids. For older teens, however, it may be an opportunity for insightful reflection and relevant discussion.