Peeping Tom (1960)
Peeping Tom (1960) is a British psychological thriller directed by Michael Powell. It tells the story of Mark Lewis, a young man who works as a camera operator for a film studio and takes pictures of people in their homes without their knowledge. The film is known for its controversial subject matter, which includes sexual moments.
The film opens with Mark taking pictures of a woman in her bedroom. The camera lingers on her body as she undresses and gets into bed. This scene is meant to show the voyeuristic nature of Mark's character and the power he has over the woman.
The film also features a scene in which Mark takes pictures of a woman in a bathtub. This scene is meant to show the sexual tension between Mark and the woman, as well as the power he has over her.
The film also features a scene in which Mark takes pictures of a woman in a nightclub. This scene is meant to show the sexual nature of the relationship between Mark and the woman, as well as the power he has over her.
The film also features a scene in which Mark takes pictures of a woman in a park. This scene is meant to show the sexual nature of the relationship between Mark and the woman, as well as the power he has over her.
Overall, Peeping Tom (1960) is a film that explores the dark side of human sexuality. The film's sexual moments are meant to show the power dynamics between Mark and the women he photographs, as well as the voyeuristic nature of his character. While the film may be controversial, it is an important exploration of the dark side of human sexuality.
Many times in the movie, but especially at the beginning, many pictures of nude women can be seen on the walls. Some of them you can't see well at all, while others you can clearly make out.
A man films an unknown woman and follows her to a house. She begins to undress. No sex or nudity is shown but it is implied that she is a prostitute.
Milly (Pamela Green) plays the part of a topless model. There are references to her topless photos but we never see any when she's topless in any way. There are scenes in the studio where the photos are taken but again we never her topless. The 'newsagents' has several pictures of fully naked women dotted around the outside and inside. These are clearly visible but form part of the backdrop and aren't focused upon. A man looks at some photos (clearly pornography of some description, although they aren't shown) and buys them.
The protagonist photographs women as a part-time job. One of the women waiting to be photographed stands by a window. She is naked except for a kind of poncho that covers her front although her back and side are completely exposed and focused upon for a few seconds. Milly is photographed in a burlesque outfit.
There is one very brief (about 3 seconds) shot where Milly is laying back on a bed with one breast exposed. (This is quite easily not to notice).