Kate Bosworth caught my eye in the TV miniseries THE LONG ROAD HOME. She has an angelic visage, a lithe cheerleader build and she plays the "wounded doe" persona well. In this film she plays Jane, a British woman who is traveling to Rome with her husband (Leonard). Leonard is a viola player in an orchestra that is on tour. His extensive rehearsals leave little time for the couple to be together. Jane is also coming off of a miscarriage as well as news that her body is incapable of carrying a fetus to term.
With plenty of leisure time on her hands, she happens upon a young American named Caleb. While her husband Leonard is not an evil man and he does not mistreat her, he does come across as a bit stodgy & boring. Everything with Leonard must be structured. Caleb, on the other hand, is cantankerous, fun-loving, spontaneous & full of life. She feels alive & vibrant when she is with him; feelings she is altogether lacking in her passionless marriage with Leonard.
Such is the plot outline of the film. It includes some spectacular scenery of an Italian castle as well as the Pantheon, which was designed by the Roman emperor Hadrian himself. Unfortunately, while there were plenty of opportunities, the movie whiffs on the skin-o-meter as unfortunately Ms. Bosworth keeps her clothes on for the duration of the film.