The Detective (1968)
The Detective (1968) is a classic crime drama starring Frank Sinatra as a New York City police detective. The film follows Detective Joe Leland as he investigates a series of murders, and the sexual tension between him and the female lead, played by Lee Remick, is palpable.
The Detective is full of sexual moments that add to the tension and drama of the film. One of the most memorable scenes is when Joe and Lee meet in a bar and share a passionate kiss. This scene is full of sexual tension and the chemistry between the two actors is undeniable.
Another memorable sexual moment comes when Joe and Lee are in bed together. Joe is trying to get information from Lee, but she refuses to talk. The scene is full of sexual tension as Joe tries to get her to open up.
The Detective also features a number of other sexual moments, including a scene where Joe and Lee are in the shower together and a scene where Joe and Lee are in bed together. These scenes add to the overall tension and drama of the film and help to create a sense of sexual tension between the two characters.
Overall, The Detective is a classic crime drama that features a number of memorable sexual moments. These moments add to the tension and drama of the film and help to create a sense of sexual tension between the two characters. The sexual moments in The Detective are an important part of the film and help to make it a classic.
Considerable sexual conversation including some frank homosexual references. In addition, the words "penis" and "semen" are used when discussing a crime scene.
A dead naked body is found in an apartment however the nudity is obscured from the viewer by a plant.
A woman removes her bra for a man but the nudity is unseen.
A man and a woman sleep together offscreen a few times and one time we see her in bed after the sex and she is definately naked under the sheets.
A naked old man is interrogated and we see the side of his buttocks.
Some kissing including homosexual kissing.