A Man Called Horse (1970)
A Man Called Horse is a 1970 western film directed by Elliot Silverstein and starring Richard Harris. The movie tells the story of an Englishman, John Morgan, who is captured by a Sioux tribe and must learn to adapt to their way of life.
One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is when Morgan is forced to participate in a ritual called the Sun Vow. During this ritual, Morgan is stripped naked and painted with symbols of the Sioux tribe. The scene is both intense and erotic, as it shows the power of the Sioux culture and the vulnerability of Morgan.
The movie also features a romantic subplot between Morgan and a Sioux woman named Running Deer. The two share a passionate kiss, and the scene is both tender and sensual.
The movie also features a scene in which Morgan is forced to fight a bear. The scene is intense and violent, but it also has a sexual element to it. The bear is portrayed as a powerful and dangerous animal, and Morgan must use his strength and courage to defeat it.
Overall, A Man Called Horse is a classic western movie with some memorable sexual moments. The movie features a variety of intense and erotic scenes that explore the power dynamics between the Sioux tribe and Morgan. The movie is a great example of how sex can be used to explore themes of power and vulnerability.
When Richard Harris is captured he is made to go naked to the Sioux camp. There is full nudity, his exposed rear is seen for several minutes, there are no close-ups from the front only long distance and brief side shots, but his genitals are not seen fully. A Sioux places a hand-print with paint on one of his buttocks.
Because the Sioux males only wear loin cloths there are several instances of buttocks been seen of both fully grown and young Indians. There are no glimpses of genitals.
A topless Sioux woman caresses Richard Harris.