The Damned (1969)
The Damned (1969) is a classic horror film directed by Luchino Visconti. It tells the story of a family of wealthy industrialists who are cursed by a mysterious force. The film is known for its intense and disturbing scenes, and it also contains some of the most memorable sexual moments in cinema history.
The Damned is filled with sexual tension, from the opening scene where the family is cursed to the final scene where the curse is broken. One of the most memorable sexual moments occurs when the family's youngest daughter, Anna, is seduced by her older brother, Max. The scene is filled with tension and desire, and it culminates in a passionate kiss between the two siblings.
The film also contains a number of other sexual moments, including a scene where the family's eldest daughter, Elisabeth, is seduced by a stranger. This scene is particularly memorable for its use of symbolism, as Elisabeth is seduced by a man wearing a mask, representing the power of the curse.
The Damned is a classic horror film that is filled with sexual moments. From the seduction of Anna and Elisabeth to the passionate kiss between siblings, the film contains some of the most memorable sexual moments in cinema history. It is a must-see for any fan of horror films.
A man rapes his mother.
In a scene, multiple women are seen entirely nude.
A man molests a young girl, who is his cousin.
There is an extended sequence of homosexual carousing--naked bodies in a pile, drunken cross-dressed performances, etc.