The Small World of Sammy Lee (1963)
The Small World of Sammy Lee (1963) is a British film directed by Ken Hughes. It stars Anthony Newley as Sammy Lee, a small-time hustler who lives in a seedy Soho nightclub. The film is known for its frank depiction of the seedy underworld of Soho and its sexual moments.
The film opens with Sammy Lee in a compromising position with a woman in a back room of the club. This scene sets the tone for the film, as it establishes Sammy as a man who is not afraid to take risks and indulge in sexual encounters.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments. Sammy is seen flirting with a number of women throughout the film, including a prostitute and a stripper. He also has a brief affair with a married woman, which leads to a dramatic confrontation between him and her husband.
The film also features a number of scenes of Sammy and his female companions in various states of undress. These scenes are often used to emphasize the seedy nature of Sammy's world and to add a sense of danger to the film.
Overall, The Small World of Sammy Lee is a film that is not afraid to explore the seedy side of life and to show its characters in sexual moments. The film is a classic example of British New Wave cinema and its frank depiction of sex and sexuality is a testament to its boldness.
Sex: Couple seen in bed together, no nudity
Nudity: Despite being set in a strip club, nudity is restricted to scantily clad females, breast are shown, but not nipples.