Mr. Tease and His Playthings (1959)
Mr. Tease and His Playthings is a 1959 British comedy-drama film directed by Robert Asher and starring Terry-Thomas and Shirley Eaton. The film follows the story of a wealthy businessman, Mr. Tease, who is obsessed with sex and seduction.
The movie is filled with sexual moments, from the opening scene where Mr. Tease is seen seducing a young woman in a nightclub, to the numerous scenes of him trying to seduce other women throughout the film. The most memorable of these moments is when Mr. Tease attempts to seduce a married woman, Mrs. Smith, in her own home. He uses his charm and wit to try and win her over, but ultimately fails.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, such as when Mr. Tease is seen in a hotel room with a young woman, and when he attempts to seduce a young girl in a park. These scenes are all played for laughs, but they also serve to highlight the character's obsession with sex and his willingness to use it as a means of getting what he wants.
Overall, Mr. Tease and His Playthings is a light-hearted comedy that is full of sexual moments. While some of these moments are played for laughs, they also serve to highlight the character's obsession with sex and his willingness to use it as a means of getting what he wants.
Rated R for sexual content and nudity throughout.
Lots of female nudity that includes fully body nudes (though never truly fully frontal) which clearly show breasts and behind. The story of the movie is based on a man who constantly sees women nude and includes shots of the camera focusing on bare and dressed breasts and buttocks.