No Man of Her Own (1932)
No Man of Her Own (1932) is a classic romantic drama starring Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. The movie follows the story of a young woman, Connie Randall (Lombard), who is left alone and destitute after her husband is killed in a car accident. She meets a charming gambler, Johnnie (Gable), and the two quickly fall in love.
Despite its age, No Man of Her Own is surprisingly frank in its depiction of sexuality. The movie features several moments of sexual tension between Connie and Johnnie, as well as a few steamy scenes. One of the most memorable moments is when Connie and Johnnie are in a hotel room and Connie begins to undress. Johnnie stops her, saying that he wants to wait until they are married. This moment is a powerful reminder of the importance of waiting until marriage for sex.
The movie also features a few more risqué moments. In one scene, Connie and Johnnie are in a car and Connie begins to kiss Johnnie passionately. This scene is particularly notable because it was one of the first times that a kiss was shown on screen in a mainstream movie.
Overall, No Man of Her Own is a classic romantic drama that features several moments of sexual tension and a few steamy scenes. While the movie is over eighty years old, its frank depiction of sexuality still resonates with modern audiences.
Scantily clad woman is seen in a cabin. A woman is seen in a shower; her bare back is visible through the fogged shower door. Man is seen in a shower; bare chest is clearly visible.
In several scenes, sex is implied between a married man and woman.