Farewell, Friend (1968)
Farewell, Friend is a 1968 French-Italian drama film directed by Jean Herman and starring Alain Delon and Jean-Paul Belmondo. The film follows two friends, Julien (Delon) and Jean-Paul (Belmondo), as they travel through the French countryside in search of adventure and romance. Along the way, they encounter a variety of women, each of whom offers them a unique sexual experience.
The film is known for its frank and explicit depictions of sexuality, which were quite daring for its time. In one scene, Julien and Jean-Paul visit a brothel, where they are shown engaging in various sexual activities with the prostitutes. The scene is quite graphic and includes nudity and simulated sex.
In another scene, Julien and Jean-Paul pick up two hitchhikers, a young woman and her older sister. The two women invite the men back to their home, where they engage in a threesome. The scene is quite explicit and includes nudity and simulated sex.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, including a scene in which Julien and Jean-Paul visit a nudist beach and a scene in which Julien and Jean-Paul have a sexual encounter with a married woman.
Overall, Farewell, Friend is a daring and provocative film that features a number of explicit sexual moments. While some viewers may find the film's frank depictions of sexuality to be too much, others may find it to be an intriguing and thought-provoking exploration of human sexuality.
in the beginning a nipple can be seen for 1 second
a woman will be fully naked in party (nipples and buttocks shown) about 00.23.00
in doctor's office is a topless woman but she cover her nipples with hands