Before I start this post Id like to put a disclaimer out. I choose not to swear, which includes typing. Thats why this thread is censored, Its my personal choice and I ask that you please respect that and not make a big deal, but instead focus on the topic at hand.
OK, so swearing in movies and other media..........This is my take on it as an aspiring writer myself.....swearing has it's place in adult stories, but I think that when a film or book uses 200 F words, you're doing a disservice to the climax of the story.
For example, I LOVE the movie Pans Labyrinth, and.....wait, first
OK, anywho, theres a mistress to a captain who looks after her 10 year old stepdaughter during the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s.......Now this Captain is just a dispicable human being with no regard for human life, he kills his soldiers if they are wounded, or even a hair out of line.
Near the end he has the mistress tied up and announces that he is going too kill the girl. The mistr ess uses a small knife to free herself, stabs him in the back, puts the knife in his mouth, and says something like "M*****F****, if you touch her I swear I will kill you." before slicing his cheek open.
This is one of the ONLY F words in the film, and the only time the mistress says any profanity whatsoever. To me, THAT is how you should use swearing in a story, it's one time, at a characters most desperate and powerful moment. If the mistress had already said 20 F words, that takes away the power from the time she REALLY means it, her moment where she has a complete change of character and does something you would NEVER expect. THATS how you swear in a story.