The Reivers (1969)
The Reivers (1969) is a classic American comedy-drama film directed by Mark Rydell and based on the novel of the same name by William Faulkner. The movie follows a young man named Boon Hogganbeck, who embarks on a wild adventure with his two friends, Ned and Lucius, to steal a car and take it on a joyride. Along the way, they encounter a variety of characters, including a beautiful young woman named Miss Reba.
The Reivers is a classic coming-of-age story, but it also contains some surprisingly risqué moments. One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is when Boon and Miss Reba share a passionate kiss. This moment is both tender and sensual, and it serves as a reminder of the power of young love.
The movie also contains a few other sexual moments. For example, there is a scene in which Boon and Miss Reba are in a hotel room together, and they are clearly about to have sex. However, the scene is interrupted by Boon's friends, and the moment is never fully explored.
Overall, The Reivers is a classic film that contains some surprisingly risqué moments. While the movie is primarily a coming-of-age story, it also contains some subtle sexual moments that add an extra layer of depth to the story.
A group of boys of varying ages is shown running naked into a pond. Several of the boys' genitals are partially visible from a medium distance in some shots.
A man takes a young boy to stay in a bordello, which he tells the boy is a "boarding house." There is innuendo, and the boy stares at a nude portrait of a women. It is implied the man has a sexual history with one prostitute and that they are about to have a sexual encounter.
A naked man is shown from the front covering himself with only a hat.