The Nude Vampire (1970)
The Nude Vampire (1970) is a French horror film directed by Jean Rollin. It is a cult classic that has been praised for its surreal and erotic moments.
The film follows the story of a vampire, Countess Irina Karlstein, who is searching for a way to become human again. She is aided by a young man named Pierre, who is fascinated by her beauty and mysteriousness. As the two become closer, they experience a series of sexual moments that are both strange and sensual.
The film is filled with surreal and erotic scenes, including a dream sequence in which Pierre and Irina make love in a cemetery. This scene is particularly memorable for its dreamlike atmosphere and its use of nudity. The film also features a scene in which Irina seduces Pierre in a bathtub, as well as a scene in which she feeds on his blood.
The Nude Vampire is a unique film that combines horror and erotica. Its surreal and erotic moments make it a cult classic that continues to be appreciated by fans of horror and art-house cinema.
Rather than detail each scene and the nudity that is contained therein, here are some general statements about the nudity contained in the film.
A large portion of the scenes have one or more nude women. Rarely is it sexual in nature. Sometimes the woman is wearing sheer clothing, allowing her breasts and nipples to be seen, sometimes she has pasties covering the nipples, sometimes her nipples are painted. Sometimes there are completely bare nipples and closeup shots of them, sometimes they're somewhat obscured by costume and only when they turn a certain way can you see them.
One scene has closeups of a bare butt in addition to breasts. The woman plays with her nipples. Closeup. A man starts to touch her but is interrupted. We briefly see her full frontal.