Leo the Last (1970)
Leo the Last is a 1970 British drama film directed by John Boorman and starring Marcello Mastroianni. The film follows the story of Leo, a prince who is exiled from his kingdom and must find his way back home. Along the way, he encounters a variety of characters and experiences a range of emotions.
One of the most memorable aspects of Leo the Last is its exploration of sexuality. The film features a number of intimate scenes between Leo and the women he meets on his journey, including a passionate kiss with a prostitute. These scenes are handled with a great deal of sensitivity and nuance, and they provide a powerful insight into the complexities of human relationships.
The film also features a number of scenes that explore the theme of sexual repression. In one scene, Leo is forced to hide his true feelings for a woman he meets in a bar, while in another he is unable to express his love for a woman he meets in a brothel. These scenes are powerful reminders of the difficulties faced by those who are unable to express their true feelings.
Overall, Leo the Last is a powerful exploration of sexuality and human relationships. The film's sensitive handling of its subject matter makes it a must-see for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of love and desire.
Naked men and women standing in an indoor pool doing group therapy. Nudity includes men's and women's chests and full rear nudity. Brief glimpses of genitals are seen.
Watched through a field scope, a man grabs a woman, lays her on a bed, rips her dress open, exposing her breasts. He evidently rapes her though it's over quickly. Nudity also includes his chest. He attacked and attempted to rape her previously, without nudity.
Woman changes clothes, showing bra.
Bare-breasted women of all shapes and ages are seen as they bob up and down in a swimming pool. Rear ends of men and women are seen in intercut underwater shots, with a split-second glimpse of a penis. Later a woman is seen nude from the rear as she climbs into a bathtub.