Parents need to know that the drama Luckiest Girl Alive, based on the book by Jessica Knoll, has graphic depictions of sexual and school violence. The main character, Ani (Mila Kunis), was the victim of both a gang rape and a deadly school shooting, both of which are shown in explicit detail. Violence includes explosions, shootings, and stabbings in a school setting as well as flashbacks to aspects of this event and discussion of extreme bullying behavior, including one teen relieving his bowels on another. Teens drink until passing out, smoke marijuana, kiss, and grope. A gang rape is seen in explicit and violent detail (no body parts are shown). An engaged couple kiss and initiate sex. The main character is a sex writer at a women's magazine; she writes stories involving topics like oral sex, orgasms, and the clitoris. There's mention in the film of breast reductions, touching a "c--k," having a "d--k" "rode hard," sexual deviation, phallic symbols, and pubic hair. Other language includes "f--k," variations on "s--t," and "ass," "goddamn," "bitch," "bastard," "d--k," "hell," "pr--k," "slut," and more.