The Sandpiper (1965)
The Sandpiper (1965) is a classic romantic drama starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The film follows the story of a single mother, Laura Reynolds (Taylor), who moves to a small coastal town in California with her son, Danny (Charlie Ruggles). While there, she meets a local artist, Tony (Burton), and the two quickly fall in love.
The Sandpiper is known for its steamy and passionate love scenes between Taylor and Burton. The two have a powerful chemistry that is evident in their scenes together. The film also features several intimate moments between the two characters, including a passionate kiss on the beach and a romantic night together in a cabin.
The film also features a few other sexual moments. In one scene, Danny and his friend, Billy (Eddie Hodges), sneak into a local bar and witness a couple engaging in a passionate embrace. In another scene, Laura and Tony are seen in bed together, with Tony's hand resting on Laura's thigh.
The Sandpiper is a classic romantic drama that features some of the most memorable sexual moments in film history. The chemistry between Taylor and Burton is undeniable, and their scenes together are some of the most romantic and passionate ever seen on the big screen. The film is a must-see for any fan of classic romance.
Plot involves extramarital affair between an Episcopalian priest and a single woman. Topics include frequent love affairs, unwed motherhood and nude artist modeling. Implied sex occurs. Buxom woman. Nudity includes cleavage, woman in underwear covering her bare breasts, bare-chested male and life-size nude carved figurehead. A strong-arm sexual assault occurs, an attempted rape, when a man's advances are rejected; the woman threatens him with a hatchet and finally drives him away.