Barbarella (1968) is a cult classic science fiction film directed by Roger Vadim and starring Jane Fonda. The film follows the titular character, Barbarella, as she embarks on a mission to save the universe from the evil scientist Durand Durand. While the film is known for its campy and over-the-top visuals, it also contains some of the most iconic sexual moments in cinema.
The film begins with Barbarella being sent on her mission, and she soon finds herself in a strange and dangerous world. One of the first sexual moments in the film occurs when Barbarella is attacked by a group of blind angels. She is saved by a mysterious man named Pygar, who then takes her to his home. Here, Barbarella and Pygar share a passionate kiss, and the scene is considered one of the most iconic moments in the film.
The next sexual moment occurs when Barbarella meets the evil scientist Durand Durand. Durand attempts to seduce Barbarella with his Excessive Machine, a device that will cause her to experience pleasure beyond her wildest dreams. Barbarella is able to resist the machine, but not before experiencing a few moments of pleasure.
The final sexual moment in the film occurs when Barbarella meets the Queen of Sogo. The Queen attempts to seduce Barbarella with her own Excessive Machine, but Barbarella is able to resist. However, the Queen is able to use her powers to make Barbarella experience pleasure, and the scene is considered one of the most iconic moments in the film.
Barbarella (1968) is a cult classic science fiction film that contains some of the most iconic sexual moments in cinema. From Barbarella's passionate kiss with Pygar to her experience with the Queen of Sogo's Excessive Machine, the film contains some of the most memorable sexual moments in film history.
In the opening credits, Barbarella (Jane Fonda), undresses while floating in zero gravity. We see her breasts and full body. She then has a video conference with a man during which she remains nude, though she is seen from behind or shoulders up. The side of her breast is seen at moments. At the end of the call, the man tells her they need to meet "in the flesh". Then she walks naked through a doorway and her buttocks are shown.
At a couple points, Barbarella wears a top that is transparent over her breasts, though not very clearly, and nothing underneath.
A man asks a woman to let him make love to her, and she reluctantly agrees. The act is not shown, but the aftermath is. The woman is shown naked through a plastic sheet and is shown dressing.
A woman is felt upon by an angel, while she is lying on the ground.
A woman lies in a bed afterward making love for the first time; she is naked, yet wrapped in a blanket. She sings
A woman lies on top of a blind man and runs his hands over her body while telling him to make love to her.
A woman is suspended from the ceiling while being tortured. Her breasts are briefly visible.
A group of women are sitting around a hookah-like object and smoking. One tells Barbarella to taste this and says that it's "essence of man".
Some women of the labyrinth have nothing to sheathe their bosoms
A great deal of cleavage through the movie.