Ecstasy (1933) is a Czechoslovakian romantic drama film directed by Gustav Machatý. It is considered one of the first films to feature explicit sexual content. The film follows the story of a young woman, Eva, who is married to an older man, but is in love with a younger man, Adam.
The film features several scenes of sexual intimacy between Eva and Adam. One of the most memorable scenes is when Eva and Adam are in a forest, and Eva takes off her clothes and dives into a lake. This scene was considered quite daring for its time, and was even censored in some countries.
The film also features a scene of Eva and Adam making love in a haystack. This scene was also considered quite risqué for its time, and was even banned in some countries.
The film also features a scene of Eva and Adam in a passionate embrace, which was considered quite daring for its time. This scene was also censored in some countries.
Overall, Ecstasy (1933) is considered to be one of the first films to feature explicit sexual content. The film's daring scenes of sexual intimacy were considered quite shocking for its time, and were even censored in some countries. Despite this, the film has become a classic of its genre, and is still considered to be one of the most influential films of its time.
A simulated sex scene, depicting a female orgasm. It should be noted that only the actors' faces are shown during the scene.
The leading lady goes skinny dipping. Her horse (which has her clothing thrown over its back) bolts and she chases after it. She is seen running nude. Some shots are from a distance and others are obscured, but she is seen clearly from the waist up (breasts exposed) on a few occasions during the chase.
There is full-frontal female nudity, but the scene is generally meant to be more comic than titillating (running after a horse who took off with her clothes)