Lost Horizon (1937)
Lost Horizon (1937) is a classic movie directed by Frank Capra. It is a romantic drama set in the Himalayas. The movie follows the story of a group of travelers who are stranded in the mythical land of Shangri-La.
Lost Horizon (1937) contains several sexual moments that are both subtle and overt. The most obvious of these is the relationship between the main character, Robert Conway, and the mysterious Sondra. The two share a passionate kiss in the middle of a snowstorm, and their chemistry is palpable.
The movie also contains several other sexual moments. For example, when Robert and Sondra are discussing their relationship, they touch each other in a sensual manner. There is also a scene in which Robert and Sondra are dancing together, and the camera lingers on their embrace.
The sexual moments in Lost Horizon (1937) are not explicit, but they are still powerful. They add a layer of depth to the story and help to create a romantic atmosphere. The movie is a classic for a reason, and its sexual moments are a big part of why.
A woman is shown bathing in the nude. She gets out of the water and we can see that she is naked, both from the front and back. However, the shot is so far away that it is hard to see the nudity.
Young children are shown nude from behind after tearing off their clothes to go bathing.
Characters kiss and embrace several times, but not while nude.