Bed & Board (1970)
Bed & Board (1970) is a French comedy-drama directed by François Truffaut. The film follows the story of a young couple, Antoine Doinel and Christine Darbon, as they navigate the ups and downs of married life. While the film is mainly focused on the couple’s struggles, it also contains several sexual moments that add to the overall narrative.
One of the most memorable sexual moments in the film occurs when Antoine and Christine are in bed together. As they lie in bed, they discuss their relationship and the difficulties they are facing. As they talk, they become increasingly intimate and eventually share a passionate kiss. This moment is significant because it shows the couple’s deepening connection and their willingness to be open and honest with one another.
Another sexual moment occurs when Antoine and Christine are in a restaurant. As they talk, Antoine notices a woman across the room and begins to flirt with her. Christine notices this and becomes jealous, leading to a heated argument between the two. This moment is significant because it shows the couple’s vulnerability and their willingness to confront their issues head-on.
The final sexual moment in the film occurs when Antoine and Christine are in bed together again. This time, however, they are both naked and in a much more intimate position. As they embrace, they share a passionate kiss and it is clear that their relationship has grown even stronger. This moment is significant because it shows the couple’s commitment to one another and their willingness to take their relationship to the next level.
Overall, Bed & Board (1970) contains several sexual moments that add to the overall narrative. These moments are significant because they show the couple’s deepening connection and their willingness to confront their issues head-on. As a result, these moments help to make the film an enjoyable and memorable experience.
There is NO nudity in this film.
Antoine Doinel is seen in bed with his wife several times. She has a nightgown on. He is bare chested. In an early scene, Christine says that her breasts are ugly. She opens her gown so that Antoine can inspect them. He says that one is bigger than the other.
An elderly man sees the back of Christine, walking, and comments "I'd lay her badly, but I'd lay her gladly."
When Antoine arrives for a job interview, a man in the office reaches for a woman's chest. She tells him to get lost. He then reclines in his chair and says that if he had breasts, he would fondle himself all day long.
Antoine rubs his wife's legs while she is standing up on a platform, and then puts his hand up to her lower thigh.
A painting in a brothel shows the side of a nude woman; nothing explicit.
A man visits a brothel where women are lined up and he chooses the one he wants A woman is later shown buttoning her shirt in front of the man, implying that she had sex with him.
Antoine has an extended affair on his wife.