I am ambivalent about Bug. The movie is very well done, the acting is solid across the board, everybody is good in it, especially Ashley Judd -- her performance in Bug brought me memories of Charlize Theron in Monster for some reason (and that was one of the best performances ever). But the movie itself, the plot, is such a crazy downer.
So, I can't really recommend the movie. Basically, Ashley Judd plays a woman who's been through a lot, she gets a nasty visit from her ex-husband who's fresh out of prison (played by a hot Harry Connick Jr.) and she invites this stranger (played by Michael Shannon) to stay with her -- next thing you know, they start seeing bugs everywhere.
We had some interesting gay content.
Ashley works at a small town lesbian bar for a living, and she is best friends with this super cute lesbian-co-worker (played well by Lynn Collins). There is quite a bit of info on Lynn adopting a child, and about other lesbians and all. Ashley kisses Lynn on the lips (a goodbye-type kiss) a couple of times. All very sweet. Nasty Harry Connick Jr. curses a few times against our lesbian and Ashley's new guest (Michael Shannon), but Harry is a total loser, so no harm there. Moreover, our lesbian character seems to be one of the few sane people in the story; so, kudos for the portrayal of us gays!