Gone with the Wind (1939)
Gone with the Wind (1939) is a classic American film that has become a timeless classic. The film follows the story of Scarlett O'Hara, a young woman living in the American South during the Civil War. While the film is known for its sweeping romance and epic battle scenes, it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments.
The first of these moments comes when Scarlett is courted by Rhett Butler. In a scene that has become iconic, Rhett sweeps Scarlett off her feet and carries her up the stairs to her bedroom. The scene is filled with sexual tension, as Rhett and Scarlett share a passionate kiss.
Later in the film, Scarlett and Rhett share a passionate night together. This scene is filled with romantic music and passionate embraces. The two share a tender moment, and the audience is left with the impression that the two have consummated their relationship.
The final sexual moment in the film comes when Scarlett and Rhett are reunited after the war. The two share a passionate kiss, and the audience is left with the impression that the two have rekindled their romance.
Gone with the Wind is a classic film that has become a timeless classic. While the film is known for its sweeping romance and epic battle scenes, it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments. These moments add to the film's romantic appeal, and make it a classic for generations to come.
A woman strips naked and she quickly covers herself up; we see a glimpse of what is actually a covered side of one breast.
References to adultery.
Two cousins marry. Though considered taboo now, it wasn't during the Civil War.
A woman is in love with a married man, and offers to have his children, though he refuses.
People sometimes kiss passionately, including scenes where a woman kisses a married man.
There is a scene in which a woman says that she is willing to "sell herself" for money if needed.
A man threatens to rape a woman. But it's nothing direct.
Some other mild sexual references.