WARNING: Do not read unless you want your childhood to be ruined.
Cheyenne's post about The Little Mermaid in connection with 100 Years got me thinking about another childhood movie we have all seen and loved that is related to the book. The Lion King. From class the other day, we were told that many myths begin with the breaking of a taboo- the taboo in 100 Years being incest. The Lion King is also full of it. The main characters of the movie, as the title suggests, is a pride of lions. A pride "consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males." Mufasa, king of the Pride Lands and Simba's father, is the clear alpha male, or the one who would impregnate all of the other lionesses. As a result, Sarafina, Nala's mother, would've had to have been impregnated by Mufasa if she was going to be a part of the pride. Therefore... Simba and Nala, the lovers of this wonderful production, are related (they are half-siblings) and their relationship is incestuous. Then they have a child. IT'S THE CIRCLE OF LIFE!!! (Cyclical repetition of names, personalities, events, lineage, in 100 Years, and the birth of same-family cubs in Lion King).
If you open the link, you may have missed it watching this movie as a child, but this is clearly a sex scene when Nala and Simba are grown up and reunited after they haven't seen each other for so long.