The Seventh Seal (1957)
The Seventh Seal (1957) is a classic Swedish film directed by Ingmar Bergman. It is a story of a knight, Antonius Block, who returns from the Crusades to find his homeland ravaged by the Black Death. He meets Death, personified as a hooded figure, and challenges him to a game of chess. The film is widely acclaimed for its philosophical themes and its exploration of faith and mortality.
However, the film also contains some surprisingly sexual moments. One of the most memorable is when Block and his squire, Jons, come across a group of actors performing a play. The actors are dressed in skimpy costumes and the scene is filled with sexual innuendo. The actors flirt with Block and Jons, and the scene culminates in a passionate kiss between Block and one of the actresses.
The film also contains a scene in which Block and his wife, Mia, share a passionate kiss. This scene is significant because it is one of the few moments in the film where Block and Mia show any kind of physical affection. The kiss is tender and intimate, and it serves as a reminder of the love that Block and Mia still share despite the hardships they have faced.
The Seventh Seal is a powerful and thought-provoking film, and its sexual moments add an extra layer of depth to the story. These moments remind us that even in the face of death, life still has its moments of beauty and passion.
A man says, "I could've raped you yknow"
No on-screen activity except for kissing.
Some scenes show frontal/rear nudity of an infant boy. Non-sexual.
A few women wear dresses that reveal minor cleavage.