Dorian Gray (1970)
Dorian Gray (1970) is a classic British horror film based on the novel by Oscar Wilde. The film follows the story of a young man, Dorian Gray, who makes a deal with the devil to remain young and beautiful forever. In exchange, he must give up his soul.
The film is filled with sexual moments, from the opening scene where Dorian is seduced by a beautiful woman to the climactic scene where he is tempted by a mysterious figure. The film also features a number of explicit scenes, including a passionate love scene between Dorian and his lover, Sybil Vane.
The sexual moments in Dorian Gray are not just for shock value. They are used to illustrate the themes of the film, such as the power of temptation and the consequences of making a deal with the devil. The film also explores the idea of beauty being a curse, as Dorian's beauty is what leads him to make the deal in the first place.
Overall, Dorian Gray is a classic horror film with a number of memorable sexual moments. The film is a must-see for fans of classic horror and those interested in exploring the themes of temptation and beauty.
The entire film has a sexual nature.
During a scene, a man is seen having sex with another man's wife. Later we see him taking a shower after, and the woman is having sex in the other room with another woman. The man's shower is interrupted when the man comes into the bathroom and seduces him.
A man takes a woman to a secluded estate, where he takes her into a shed, where he attempts to seduce her. She escapes, but is caught. A minute later we see them having sex in a field. Graphic nudity.
A man takes his friend's wife into a room away from the rest of the characters, intending to have sex with her. Another character is seen locking them in the room. The man attempts to kiss the woman, but she slaps him. She tries to flee the room realizing the situation but is trapped.
A man walks around a room naked, with a hand over his genitals.