The Collector (1967)
The Collector, released in 1967, is a classic psychological thriller directed by William Wyler. The film follows the story of a young man named Freddie Clegg, played by Terence Stamp, who is obsessed with a beautiful woman named Miranda Grey, played by Samantha Eggar.
The film is known for its intense and disturbing sexual moments. In one scene, Freddie kidnaps Miranda and takes her to his home, where he keeps her captive. During her captivity, Freddie forces Miranda to watch as he performs a sexual act on himself. This scene is particularly disturbing as it shows the power imbalance between the two characters and the psychological manipulation Freddie is capable of.
The film also features a scene in which Freddie attempts to rape Miranda. This scene is particularly disturbing as it shows the lengths Freddie is willing to go to in order to get what he wants.
The Collector is a classic psychological thriller that is still relevant today. Its intense and disturbing sexual moments are a testament to the power of film and its ability to explore difficult topics. The film is a must-see for fans of psychological thrillers and those interested in exploring the darker side of human nature.
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