This film does involve frank discussion about sex, etc. It's also one of the few films I have seen that paint a realistic portrait of homosexuality. If only to teach tolerance, this film should be shown. The characters are deep and human, the story progresses on its own. The "edgy" material is genuine and it doesn't exist to - how do I say this - please disgruntled older people? It doesn't play out like someone's trashy fantasy. This is an important, poignant film.