The Catholic News Service put out a review of Natalie Portman's new movie Black Swan (rated "O" for "Morally Offensive"). Here's a short plot summary (from IMDB):
When artistic director Thomas Leroy (Cassel) decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre (Ryder) for the opening production of their new season, Swan Lake, Nina is his first choice. But Nina has competition: a new dancer, Lily (Kunis), who impresses Leroy as well. Swan Lake requires a dancer who can play both the White Swan with innocence and grace, and the Black Swan, who represents guile and sensuality. Nina fits the White Swan role perfectly but Lily is the personification of the Black Swan. As the two young dancers expand their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get more in touch with her dark side - a recklessness that threatens to destroy her.
It doesn't sound like something I'll be seeing any time soon. Maybe the Catholic News Service could improve it?
Though Portman turns in a striking performance, teeter-tottering on the edge of sanity, Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin's script plays on the extremes of sexual repression and debauched license, ignoring the healthy middle ground of erotic love expressed within a committed marital relationship.
And maybe The Graduate would have been more exciting if Mrs. Robinson had remembered her wedding vows and decided to keep sex within the bounds of marriage. The movie would have been a lot shorter, at least.
Even Lydia Bennet in Pride and Prejudice gets some implied pre-marital action. I think a 2010 movie about a Girl Gone Wild is going to have to have some too.