Fellini Satyricon (1969)
Fellini Satyricon (1969) is a classic Italian film directed by Federico Fellini. The film is based on the ancient Roman novel Satyricon by Petronius and follows the adventures of two young men, Encolpius and Ascyltus, as they travel through the ancient world. The film is known for its surrealistic and dreamlike imagery, as well as its explicit sexual content.
The sexual moments in Fellini Satyricon are both explicit and subtle. The most obvious sexual moments occur when Encolpius and Ascyltus visit the brothel. Here, they witness a variety of sexual acts, including a man and woman engaging in intercourse. The scene is shot in a dreamlike manner, with the camera lingering on the couple as they make love.
The film also contains several subtle sexual moments. One such moment occurs when Encolpius and Ascyltus are walking through the city and they come across a group of women dancing in a circle. The camera lingers on the women as they move in a sensual manner, suggesting a sexual energy.
Fellini Satyricon is a classic film that has stood the test of time. Its explicit and subtle sexual moments are part of what makes it so memorable. The film is a testament to Fellini's skill as a director and his ability to create a dreamlike atmosphere.
Two men kiss and make out. They are shown sleeping together. Sex is implied but not shown.
Lots of nudity. Bare breasts and butts and nipples are shown but no genitals.
A man sleeps on a woman to has sex with her but she eventually escapes.
A few sex scenes with no nudity and a few brief instances of non-sexual nudity.