Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (1924)
The 1924 German silent film Die Nibelungen: Siegfried is a classic of the silent era. It is the second part of a two-part epic film, and tells the story of the legendary hero Siegfried. While the film is mostly known for its stunning visuals and epic battle scenes, it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments.
The film opens with a scene of Siegfried bathing in a river. As he bathes, he is watched by a group of beautiful women, who are clearly admiring his body. This scene is surprisingly sensual for a silent film, and sets the tone for the rest of the movie.
Later in the film, Siegfried meets the beautiful Brunhilde, who is the daughter of the king of the Nibelungen. The two quickly fall in love, and their relationship is portrayed as passionate and romantic. In one scene, Siegfried and Brunhilde are seen embracing and kissing passionately. This scene is surprisingly explicit for a silent film, and is sure to surprise modern audiences.
The film also contains a scene in which Siegfried and Brunhilde are seen in bed together. While the scene is not explicit, it is still surprisingly suggestive for a silent film.
Overall, Die Nibelungen: Siegfried contains some surprisingly sexual moments. While the film is mostly known for its epic battle scenes, it also contains some surprisingly sensual moments that are sure to surprise modern audiences.
Siegfried is shirtless for the first 36 minutes of the film. During this time, after the dragon sequence, he is briefly seen bathing naked from a distance. It is extremely brief and indistinct, but his butt is visible.
Besides that there is no nudity.