I want to thank Evelyn @EvelynO_22 for finding a copy of the monologue that was used for the Ana auditions for Fifty Shades of Grey.
The monologue was part of an Ingmar Bergman Film: Persona and was quite heavy and sexual. The article gives a very long and detailed description of the artsy film and the full dialog of the monologue, I will only give a sample of it.
In the film, stage actress Elisabeth stops speaking in the middle of a performance. As part of her treatment Elisabeth is sent with her nurse, Alma, to spend the summer in her isolated house. Since Elisabeth won’t talk, Alma does. As the things she says become more personal she gives two monologues, one about a ménage à trois, it’s starts this way:
“One day Karl-Henrik had gone into town. I went to the beach on my own. It was a warm and nice day. There was another girl there. She had come from another island because our beach was sunnier and more secluded. We lay there completely naked and sunbathed…dozing off and on, putting sunscreen on. I lay there…looking out at the landscape at the sea and the sun. Suddenly I saw two figures on the rocks above us. They hid and peeped out occasionally. ‘Two boys are looking at us,’ I said to the girl. Her name was Katarina. ‘Let them look,’ she said, and turned on her back. I wanted to jump up and put my suit on but I just lay there on my stomach with my bottom in the air, unembarrassed, totally calm. And Katarina was next to me with her breasts and big thighs. She was just giggling. I noticed that the boys were coming closer. They just stood there looking at us. I noticed they were very young. The boldest one approached us…and squatted down next to Katarina. I felt very strange. Suddenly Katarina said to him, ‘Hey, you, why don’t you come over here?’ Then she took his hand and helped him take off his jeans and shirt.
From there you get an explicit sex scene. Given Alma’s anxiety and fear over cruelty and death, as well as the fact that her husband had cheated on her, the monologue has more of a feel of a deranged woman than a horny woman. The artsy feel of this film and monologue seems to match what I know about Sam Taylor Johnson. She wasn’t just looking for someone who was comfortable with sex, but also understood the depths of a character.