Should movie companies provide descriptions that list objectionable material when that material is a key plot element that adds to the surprise? This can be tricky when incomplete descriptions blindside viewers who may be selecting content for their kids.
This question came to mind when I was watching Downton Abbey with my kids. I am rather conservative so I found the unexpected scenes of coerced sex and homosexuality in this series objectionable. But it provided a good teachable moment for discussing how producers and writers try to foist their views of morality on the masses.