'Black Swan' was the most complained about movie of 2011, the British Board Of Film Classification has revealed, with 40 people writing to the body to complain that raunchy scenes between Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman were too pornographic for its 15 rating.
The body revealed this in its annual report, stating: "While the scene is visually discreet, narratively justified and within the 15 guidelines criteria, some correspondents felt it was pornographic in nature."
The second most complained about film was Joe Wright's 'Hanna', which featured a girl as a genetically engineered super soldier. It generated 29 complaints.
Bizarrely 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part One' generated 16 complaints over the fact that Edward and Bella consummated their relationship. One would have thought that given it took Bella and Edward three films to do the deed it would've sent out a message even prudes could agree with. The film was rated 12A.
All these were dwarfed by this year's most complained about 'The Woman In Black', with 120, mainly due to the film's 12A rating.
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