[S2E6] Tech, Drugs, And Rock 'n Roll _TOP_
Parents need to know that Creation Stories is a British music biopic about Alan McGee (Ewen Bremner), the founder of Creation Records, and includes plenty of strong language and frequent drug use. The movie is comedic in tone, and generally the story is upbeat. But it does touch on serious subjects such as the domestic violence McGee suffered at the hands of his father and the death of his mother from cancer. Drug use is also prevalent -- as is smoking and drinking. Characters are seen snorting cocaine, injecting heroin, smoking crack, and more. This leads to characters entering rehab, but it's also celebrated as part of a rock 'n' roll lifestyle. Swearing features heavily and throughout, including multiple variants of "f--k," "c--t," and "bitches." Initially McGee strives for wealth and fame, but he becomes increasingly ambiguous toward it, as well as distrustful of establishment figures such as politicians. There is some non-explicit depiction of sex and a scene in which someone is wrongly accused of masturbating. Fans of British bands from the '90s, such as Oasis and My Bloody Valentine, will get a particular thrill from this music biopic.
[S2E6] Tech, Drugs, and Rock 'n Roll