The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) is a classic French musical film directed by Jacques Demy. It tells the story of a young couple, Guy and Geneviève, who are separated by Guy's military service. The film is renowned for its beautiful music and its powerful emotional impact.
One of the most memorable aspects of The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is its depiction of sexual moments. The film is filled with moments of tenderness and intimacy between Guy and Geneviève. These moments are often subtle and understated, but they are powerful and moving.
One of the most memorable scenes is when Guy and Geneviève are in the back of a taxi, and Guy begins to kiss her passionately. The scene is shot in a single take, and the camera slowly pans around the couple as they kiss. The scene is both romantic and sensual, and it captures the intensity of their love.
Another powerful sexual moment comes when Guy and Geneviève are in bed together. The scene is shot in a single take, and the camera slowly pans around the couple as they embrace and kiss. The scene is both tender and passionate, and it captures the intensity of their love.
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is a beautiful and powerful film that captures the intensity of young love. Its depiction of sexual moments is both subtle and powerful, and it is one of the reasons why the film is so beloved.
A woman is wearing a slight cleavage in one scene
A teenage girl sits down on a bed with her 20 year old boyfriend. There is a vague implication that they will be intimate with each other.
Not so vaguely, it is later revealed that the girl is pregnant. Her mom asks how it happened, and the girl grins as she answers something like "the usual way," annoying her mother.
A young man goes to bar in which scantily clad women, presumably prostitutes, proposition him. He leaves with one of them.
Later she is shown in bed, evidently naked under a blanket that just barely covers her chest, as he leaves. It is implied that they just had sex.