Parents need to know that Someone Great is a bawdy comedy with a heartfelt story about the passage to adulthood at its core. After a young woman's "forever" partner breaks up with her before she makes a long-distance move, her two best friends quickly come to support her. Deeply saddened, she asks them for "one last epic day with my girls.... we owe it to the city." Over that one day in NYC, the "girls" live what seems like a lifetime of bonding, partying, closing doors, and opening new ones. Alcohol, casual drug use, swearing, and sex are front and center; it's part of their ongoing conversation and the contemporary culture in which they live. Characters drink, often to excess, smoke marijuana, ingest "Molly," visit a drug dealer. Viewers can expect non-stop profanity, including "s--t," "d--k," "bitch," "p---y," and all forms of "f--k." Sexual conversation is frequent, and sexual activities include kissing (straight and gay), partial nudity, and brief scenes showing intercourse. Despite the raunchy nature of the film and the excesses of behavior, the characters (including most of the males) are caring, smart, wise, and on the verge of becoming insightful adults. For mature audiences.