Fando and Lis (1968) is a classic Mexican film directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky. It tells the story of two young lovers, Fando and Lis, who embark on a surreal journey in search of the mythical city of Tar. Along the way, they encounter a variety of strange and bizarre characters and situations.
The film is known for its surreal and often disturbing imagery, as well as its exploration of themes such as love, death, and sexuality. One of the most memorable scenes in the film is the sexual moment between Fando and Lis. The scene is both tender and passionate, and it serves as a powerful reminder of the intensity of their love for one another.
The scene is also notable for its frank depiction of sexuality. While the film does not explicitly show nudity, it does feature a number of suggestive shots, including a close-up of Fando and Lis embracing and kissing. The scene is also notable for its use of symbolism, with the couple's embrace representing their union and the power of their love.
The sexual moment between Fando and Lis is one of the most memorable and powerful scenes in the film. It serves as a reminder of the intensity of their love, as well as a frank exploration of sexuality. The scene is a powerful reminder of the power of love, and it is sure to stay with viewers long after the credits roll.
A pregnant woman is scene nude briefly. Bare breasts are visible.
Men and women roll around in mud wearing only bottoms. Bare breasts briefly seen though covered in mud.
A woman is seen topless while her body is being painted. This is brief.
Full frontal and rear nudity of both a man and a woman is seen very briefly (less than a second).
A nude woman is groped by three men. Bare breasts are seen intermittently. This is a long scene.