Gimme Shelter (1970)
Gimme Shelter (1970) is a classic documentary film that follows the Rolling Stones on their 1969 US tour. The film is known for its raw and honest portrayal of the band and their fans. It also contains some of the most iconic and controversial sexual moments in film history.
The film opens with a shot of Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull in bed together. This scene is both intimate and provocative, and sets the tone for the rest of the film. Later, the band performs in front of a crowd of adoring fans, many of whom are scantily clad. This scene is both sexually charged and a bit uncomfortable, as the camera lingers on the female fans.
The most controversial moment in the film comes when the band performs at the Altamont Speedway. During the performance, a fight breaks out between a fan and a security guard. The fight is captured on camera and is both shocking and disturbing. The camera then pans to a group of women dancing suggestively in the crowd. This scene is both titillating and unsettling, and has been the subject of much debate over the years.
Gimme Shelter (1970) is an important film that captures the energy and excitement of the Rolling Stones' 1969 US tour. It also contains some of the most iconic and controversial sexual moments in film history. The film is a must-see for any fan of the Rolling Stones or classic documentary films.
A nude woman is seen dancing wildly, her breasts clearly seen for a few seconds. Another woman strips nude later, her breasts are briefly and partially seen as she makes her way through the crowd to try and climb on stage.
Full frontal male nudity is shown for a split second. We see a few concert goers from behind, fully nude.
Tina Turner sings a song that sounds very sensual in nature, not only because of the lyrics, but because she makes orgasmic sounds and then starts to yell "suck it! suck it!" repeatedly.