Love Is a Woman is a 1966 romantic comedy-drama directed by Michael Gordon and starring Robert Wagner and Elke Sommer. The movie follows the story of a young couple, played by Wagner and Sommer, as they navigate the ups and downs of their relationship.
The movie contains several sexual moments that are both humorous and romantic. One of the most memorable scenes is when Wagner's character, John, tries to seduce Elke's character, Lisa, by playing a romantic song on the piano. The scene is both funny and romantic, as John tries to win Lisa over with his musical skills.
Another memorable sexual moment in the movie is when John and Lisa go skinny-dipping in a lake. The scene is both funny and romantic, as the two of them enjoy a moment of intimacy in the water.
The movie also contains a few more risqué sexual moments, such as when John and Lisa are caught in a compromising position by John's father. The scene is both funny and awkward, as John's father is clearly not happy with what he sees.
Overall, Love Is a Woman is a romantic comedy-drama that contains several memorable sexual moments. The movie is both funny and romantic, and the sexual moments add to the overall charm of the movie.
The femme fatale Francesco has a love scene and an attempted seduction, but the actress contrives in both cases to avoid any actual nudity (unless there is a 'continental' version with more exposure.
Later, her rival Mary gets out of bed and we see both upper and rear nudity. Pausing the scene, she is shown to be wearing some kind of covering over her pubic region.
All three of the younger actresses are shown in their underwear and/or bikinis.