Hannah and Amber Baker are trapped in a dark Southern underworld of violence, drugs and bikers. Both live in fear of their Uncle Frank Stinson, the ruthless leader of a crime organization.
Hannah Lee Baker is a bright teen girl trapped in the dark Southern underworld of violence and guns, meth labs and vicious biker gangs, and whose only refuge is chess. She lives with Amber, her older sister; and her uncle Donny, an addict. All live in fear of Uncle Frank Stinson, who runs the illegal family business with an iron fist, aided by his psychotic younger brother Bobby. Things change for the worse when Amber falls in love with Wild Bill, a meth trafficker who finds himself at war with Frank. Hannah realizes the only way to save her family is by cleverly scheming to pit one pawn against another in a cunning chess game.
|nudity||At a strip club a woman takes off her bra but you don't really see anything as she blurs out of focus. Another woman is seen so briefly it's hard to tell her breasts are bare. A woman is relaxing on a sofa with one bare breast showing. A couple is seen making out in bed. Nothing is shown. A man tries to force a woman to kiss.|
|violence||A man tries to force a girl to kiss him and when she does not comply, he beats her and leaves her in the woods. The beating is offscreen, but the reactions of other characters and the aftermath is seen. A man is shot in the head on screen while a teenage girl watches. A man is shot and his niece finds him dead.|
|profanity||A few F words, shit is used five or six times, bitch is said a couple of times, other name calling such as loser and dumb is used.|
|alcohol||The entire film is about a meth dealer and a guy who owns a meth production ring. One of the characters frequently "taste tests" the product he sells and it is said that he has an addiction. Drugs are referred to as "hillbilly crack".|
|frightening||There are two explosions that are extremely frightening because they are sudden and signify the deaths of two major characters. The scene where Bobby beats up Amber is quite frightening because of the relentless violence against a woman. While the actual attack isn't seen, the aftermath of Amber in the hospital is very intense.|