Model Shop (1969)
Model Shop (1969) is a French-American drama film directed by Jacques Demy and starring Anouk Aimée and Gary Lockwood. The film follows the story of George, a young man who is struggling to find his place in the world. He meets a beautiful model, Lola, and the two embark on a passionate affair.
Model Shop is a unique film in that it explores the sexual moments between George and Lola in a way that is both subtle and powerful. The film does not rely on explicit sex scenes, but instead uses the power of suggestion to create a sense of intimacy between the two characters.
The film begins with a scene of George and Lola in a car, where they share a passionate kiss. This scene sets the tone for the rest of the film, as it establishes the connection between the two characters. As the film progresses, the sexual tension between George and Lola continues to build.
The most powerful sexual moment in the film comes when George and Lola are in a hotel room. Here, the two characters share a passionate embrace, and the camera lingers on their faces as they kiss. This moment is incredibly intimate and powerful, and it conveys the depth of their feelings for each other.
Model Shop is a unique film in that it explores the sexual moments between George and Lola in a way that is both subtle and powerful. The film does not rely on explicit sex scenes, but instead uses the power of suggestion to create a sense of intimacy between the two characters. This makes the film an interesting exploration of sexuality and relationships.
George gets out of bed and implied he's nude, but blocked from view.
Lola strips to her underwear to be photographed. At the Model Shop where she works, women pose for anyone off the street who wants to take photographs. On the wall of the reception area are a few photos of nude women.
Implied Lola and George have sex. They are seen the next morning in bed, implied nude, a few frames of her bare hip, the rest of the time both covered by sheets.
It is mentioned that Barbara is a topless dance, but not seen.