La Piscine (1969)
La Piscine (1969) is a French film directed by Jacques Deray and starring Alain Delon and Romy Schneider. The film is a classic example of French New Wave cinema, and it is known for its sensual and erotic moments.
The film follows the story of Jean-Paul (Delon) and Marianne (Schneider), a couple who are vacationing at a luxurious villa in the south of France. While there, they are joined by Jean-Paul's old friend Harry (Maurice Ronet) and his young girlfriend Penelope (Jane Birkin). As the four of them spend time together, tensions begin to rise and the sexual chemistry between Jean-Paul and Marianne is palpable.
The film is filled with sexual moments, from the opening scene of Jean-Paul and Marianne in the pool to the intimate moments between Jean-Paul and Penelope. In one of the most memorable scenes, Jean-Paul and Marianne have a passionate embrace in the pool, which is intercut with shots of them making love in the bedroom. This scene is both sensual and erotic, and it is a perfect example of the film's use of sexual tension to drive the narrative.
La Piscine is a classic example of French New Wave cinema, and its sexual moments are an integral part of the film's success. The film's use of sexual tension and its exploration of the complexities of relationships make it an essential viewing experience.
Nudity: Two separate scenes show a female nude, one in which a woman's breast is shown another where a woman lays nude on a bed her butt is briefly shown.
A man rips a woman's dress off and we see her breast's for prolonged period of time, later we see them in bed after implied sex.