The Immortal Story (1968)
The Immortal Story (1968) is a classic French film directed by Orson Welles. It tells the story of a wealthy old man, Mr. Clay, who is obsessed with the idea of immortality. He decides to pay a sailor to tell him a story about a man who lived forever. The film is filled with sexual moments, from the subtle to the overt.
The first sexual moment comes when Mr. Clay meets the sailor, Paul. The two men have an instant connection, and there is a palpable sexual tension between them. This is further emphasized when Paul tells Mr. Clay the story of the immortal man. The story is filled with sexual imagery, from the descriptions of the man's beauty to the passionate love affair he has with a woman.
The second sexual moment comes when Mr. Clay meets the woman who is to be his companion for the night. The two have a passionate encounter, and the scene is filled with sexual energy. This is further emphasized when Mr. Clay tells the woman that he is immortal.
The third sexual moment comes when Mr. Clay and the woman are in bed together. The scene is filled with tenderness and passion, and the two share a moment of intimacy. This is further emphasized when Mr. Clay tells the woman that he will never die.
The Immortal Story (1968) is a classic French film that is filled with sexual moments. From the subtle to the overt, these moments help to create a sense of intimacy and passion between the characters. The film is a timeless classic that is sure to leave viewers feeling moved and inspired.
The film revolves around man paying another man and woman to have sex with each other.
There is a brief, abruptly edited and non-explicit sex scene, mostly comprised of close-ups and reaction shots.
A woman's nipples can be briefly scene poking through the top of her corset.
A woman strips her clothing and holds her hands over her breasts as she lays on a bed.