Stolen Kisses (1968)
The 1968 French romantic comedy-drama film “Stolen Kisses” is a classic of the French New Wave movement. Directed by François Truffaut, the film follows the story of Antoine Doinel, a young man who is trying to find his place in the world.
The film is filled with romantic moments, but it also contains some surprisingly frank sexual moments. In one scene, Antoine and his love interest, Christine, are in bed together. Antoine is hesitant to make a move, but Christine encourages him to kiss her. The scene is surprisingly intimate, and it captures the awkwardness of young love.
In another scene, Antoine and Christine are in a hotel room. Christine is wearing a nightgown and Antoine is in his underwear. The two share a passionate kiss, and the scene is filled with sexual tension.
The film also contains a scene in which Antoine and Christine are in a park. Christine is wearing a short skirt, and Antoine can’t help but stare at her legs. The scene is filled with sexual desire, and it captures the intensity of young love.
Overall, “Stolen Kisses” is a classic of the French New Wave movement. The film contains some surprisingly frank sexual moments that capture the awkwardness and intensity of young love.
Antoine tries to kiss Christine in the basement but she leaves. At the end when he comes to fix the TV for her it briefly shows them in bed together. Sex is implied.
An army lieutenant makes an extended analogy between life in the army and having sex, and uses phrases such as "hard baton"
Antoine visits a hooker early in the film and feels her up. She says that she likes "hard guns." He touches her breasts then leaves her and go with another hooker upstairs.
Antoine and two men walk in on a couple in bed. She is cheating on her husband. The female is nude from the waist up and she is seen up-close in several shots throughout the scene, which lasts about 40 seconds or so. Bare breasts are shown.
The day after going out on a date with a very tall woman, Antoine talks to a man about how they shook the walls in bed and that they did it on the floor. The man discusses a story about his grandfather dying, and how he screwed a woman right after that, to make himself feel alive. Antoine suggests the man have sex with a "whore."
Antoine tells a story about following a woman to a stripclub, where she performed a "naughty nanny dance" and "did things with a bottle."
Antoine agrees with a married woman to have sex and then never see each other again. He is in bed covering himself with a sheet. The scene cuts after the agreement is made. Sex is implied.
Antoine visits another hooker later on in the film. She says that she can get fully naked if he pays more, but he tells her to leave her clothes on.