It Happened in Europe (1947)
It Happened in Europe (1947) is a classic romantic comedy directed by Alexander Korda. The movie follows the story of a young couple, Anna and Peter, who are on a romantic holiday in Europe. Along the way, they experience a number of romantic moments and sexual tension.
The movie begins with Anna and Peter meeting in a train station in Paris. They quickly become attracted to each other and share a passionate kiss. This sets the tone for the rest of the movie, as the couple continues to experience romantic moments throughout their journey.
One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is when Anna and Peter are in a boat on a lake in Switzerland. As they gaze into each other's eyes, they share a passionate kiss. This scene is particularly memorable because of the beautiful scenery and the romantic music that plays in the background.
The movie also features a number of other sexual moments. At one point, Anna and Peter are in a hotel room and they share a passionate embrace. Later, they are in a restaurant and they share a passionate kiss. These scenes are particularly memorable because of the romantic music and the beautiful scenery.
Overall, It Happened in Europe (1947) is a classic romantic comedy that features a number of memorable sexual moments. The movie is a great example of how romantic moments can be portrayed on screen. It is a must-see for anyone who enjoys romantic comedies.
A group of male children take their clothes off and jump into the water. Their buttocks are seen.
A man makes (very tentative) sexual advances to a woman lying beside him. He tells her "I've never yet had to do anything with you" (meaning women). She answers, "I did had to do something with you" (meaning men)
A young woman is forced to have sex with a man (offscreen, no sexual content is shown)
A young woman shoots her rapist. In this scene, her left breast is bare for several seconds. (apparently not meant to be sexually titillating, more as a symbol of her victimhood)