Parents need to know that Last Night in Soho is a British coming-of-age drama from writer-director Edgar Wright with horror elements, bloody violence, and strong language. It follows a present-day teenager, Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie), who mysteriously travels back in time to 1966 London and ends up in the body of her singer idol, Sandy (Anya Taylor-Joy). Eloise and Sandy encounter a series of distasteful, unlikable people. Men lust after women, and seek to control and manipulate them. While girls from Eloise's college are bullies. The movie doesn't explicitly condone its strong and frequent violence -- there are various bloody murders -- but a blind eye is turned when it deems the victim deserving. Although not explicit, sex is frequently discussed and present, be it in London's sex shops or when a character is pressured into sleeping with people for money. In one scene, a woman is seen performing oral sex. There is much profanity, including two uses of "c--t" and multiple uses of "f--k" and "whore." Characters drink and smoke throughout -- the latter mostly in the 1960s, depicting that era -- and there is occasional drug use. The cast is mainly White, but there is a person of color in a leading role, and the film has an empowering undercurrent, with two strong female leads at its center.