The Illustrated Man (1969)
The Illustrated Man (1969) is a classic science fiction film based on the novel by Ray Bradbury. The film follows a mysterious man, played by Rod Steiger, who is covered in tattoos that come to life and tell stories. The film is full of sexual moments, from the opening scene where the Illustrated Man is seen in a passionate embrace with a woman, to the various stories that are told throughout the film.
The opening scene of the film sets the tone for the sexual moments to come. The Illustrated Man is seen in a passionate embrace with a woman, and the scene is full of sexual tension. This scene is followed by a series of stories that all contain sexual moments. In one story, a woman is seen seducing a man in order to get him to help her escape from a dangerous situation. In another story, a man is seen trying to seduce a woman in order to get her to help him with a task.
The sexual moments in The Illustrated Man are not just limited to the stories. Throughout the film, the Illustrated Man is seen interacting with various women in a sexual manner. In one scene, he is seen kissing a woman passionately, and in another scene he is seen caressing a woman’s body. These scenes are full of sexual tension and add to the overall atmosphere of the film.
The Illustrated Man is a classic science fiction film that is full of sexual moments. From the opening scene to the various stories, the film is full of sexual tension and moments of passion. The film is a must-see for any fan of science fiction or classic cinema.
Opening credits contain a man swimming nude in a small waterway. His buttocks are visible during several brief takes. Non sexual in nature. Later, the titled main character is viewed from the rear, nude and tatted.
Tattooed man is shown naked from the back for extended scenes.
Nude couple is seen in bed, obscured by curtains.