There's a socially troubling scene where a father brings a young man to the "house of ill repute:, claiming that his teenager is not "manly". I thought, I once nicknamed a government teacher (in 12th grade) "Manly Stanley".
The screenwriting is interesting. Following the advice of writing teachers, it creates a real-life crisis for the heroine at the opening, and resolves the crisis at the end of the movie with some irony as well as justice. The only problem for me was getting into living in this particular world. The film is long (120 minutes).