Camille 2000 (1969)
Camille 2000 (1969) is a classic Italian-French drama directed by Radley Metzger. The film follows the story of Marguerite (Danièle Gaubert), a wealthy socialite who is bored with her life and decides to explore her sexuality.
The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which was groundbreaking for its time. The movie features several steamy scenes between Marguerite and her various lovers, including a memorable scene in which she seduces a young man in a hot tub. The film also features a scene in which Marguerite and her lover engage in a passionate kiss in a public park.
The film also features a scene in which Marguerite and her lover engage in a threesome with another woman. This scene was considered to be quite risqué for its time, and it was one of the first mainstream films to feature a threesome.
Overall, Camille 2000 is a classic film that is still remembered for its groundbreaking sexual content. The film is a must-see for fans of classic cinema, and it is sure to leave viewers with a lasting impression.
The main theme of the film is promiscuity and a woman's struggle to be with one man. There are several parties where there are couples that kiss and/or have sex. Some nudity.
A woman wears a very see-through dress, her nipples visible. Another woman at the party has a see-through outfit, her nipples and panties visible.
A man and woman have sex, the woman's breasts visible in a mirror.
A nude woman is shown on top of a man, her breasts and side of her butt visible. She is shown dancing later.
At a party, several couples kiss. One woman's breasts are visible. It is implied that they have sex. They are shown afterwards in bed, the woman's breasts and the man's butt visible. He proceeds to perform cunnilingus on her.
A man and woman are shown in a bathtub, the woman's breasts visible. They kiss.
A man and woman have sex, the woman's breasts and the man's butt visible.
A woman takes off her top, her breasts visible.