Andrei Rublev (1966)
Andrei Rublev (1966) is a classic Russian film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. It is an epic drama that follows the life of the 15th century Russian icon painter, Andrei Rublev. The film is renowned for its stunning cinematography and its exploration of the spiritual and moral dilemmas of the time.
One of the most striking aspects of the film is its depiction of sexuality. The film contains several scenes of explicit sexual content, including a scene in which a woman is raped. This scene is particularly powerful, as it is used to illustrate the brutality of the time and the lack of respect for women.
The film also contains several scenes of implied sexual activity. These scenes are used to show the power dynamics between men and women and the struggle for control. In one scene, a woman is seen seducing a man in order to gain power over him. In another scene, a man is seen trying to seduce a woman in order to gain control over her.
The film also contains several scenes of tenderness and intimacy between men and women. These scenes are used to show the beauty of human relationships and the power of love. In one scene, a man and a woman are seen embracing and kissing in a tender moment.
Overall, Andrei Rublev (1966) is a powerful and thought-provoking film that explores the complexities of human relationships and sexuality. The film contains several scenes of explicit and implied sexual content, as well as scenes of tenderness and intimacy. These scenes are used to illustrate the power dynamics between men and women and the struggle for control. The film is a must-see for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of human relationships and sexuality.
A nude pagan cult is seen running through a forest. Although most of the nudity is obscure, we briefly see a close shot of a naked woman. Full-frontal and pubic hair is shown.
A man does a handstand and his bare butt is seen.
A group of men and women run through the woods and wade through a river in the nude. Again, nonsexual and completely obscured by shadows
Moaning sounds of a woman while kissing can be heard. Nothing is seen.
A woman is seen jumping from a stair. Her skirt flips up but it's unintentional and obscured by the darkness
A man (who is tied up) discuses morality with a woman. The woman suddenly kisses him then. Afterwards she strip naked. The scene last for a short moment.
A woman's robe slips off as she's running but there's no nudity because the scene takes place at night and everything is obscured by the darkness.
A woman is seen being dragged away by men. This can be unsettling for some viewers.
A group of soldiers watch a woman lying with her skirt lifted slightly and some of her thigh showing.
A lunatic woman pees while standing inside a monastery with her clothes on.
A man kisses another man on the lips at the coronation. This isn't sexual because in a historical context it was just another formality for the Russians.
In two different scenes men are seen with the intention of raping women. No nudity is seen, but screaming from the first scene is heard in the background (indicating that this is the case).