Patriotism (1966) is a classic Japanese film directed by Yukio Mishima. It tells the story of a young lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Army who commits ritual suicide after being dishonored by his superiors. The film is known for its intense and powerful portrayal of the Japanese sense of honor and duty, as well as its exploration of the themes of love and death.
One of the most memorable scenes in the film is the sexual moment between the lieutenant and his wife. This scene is a powerful and intimate moment between the two characters, and it serves to illustrate the deep love and devotion they have for each other. The scene is also a reminder of the lieutenant's sense of duty and loyalty to his country, as he is willing to sacrifice his own life for the sake of his country.
The sexual moment between the lieutenant and his wife is a powerful and moving scene that serves to illustrate the themes of love and death in the film. It is a reminder of the power of love and devotion, as well as the importance of loyalty and duty. The scene is a powerful and memorable moment in the film, and it is one of the reasons why Patriotism (1966) is considered to be one of the greatest Japanese films of all time.
Lieutenant Takeyama and Reiko kiss passionately.
Before they commit harakiri, Takeyama and Reiko have sex in the nude. The scene is long but tastefully done and relatively chaste, with little focus on actual nudity aside from two long shots with Reiko's breasts and close-ups of Reiko's belly button and Takeyama's chest. There is no genital nudity.
Takeyama strips down to a fundoshi. His scrotal area is very briefly seen.