Ryan's Daughter (1970)
The 1970 romantic drama “Ryan’s Daughter” is a classic film that has been praised for its beautiful cinematography and its powerful performances. But the movie also contains some of the most memorable and controversial sexual moments in cinema history.
The movie follows the story of Rosy Ryan (Sarah Miles), a young Irish woman who is married to an older British schoolteacher, Charles Shaughnessy (Robert Mitchum). Rosy is bored with her life and finds herself drawn to a local Irishman, Major Doryan (Christopher Jones). The two begin a passionate affair, and the movie follows their relationship as it develops.
One of the most talked-about scenes in the movie is the beach scene, where Rosy and Doryan make love for the first time. The scene is shot in a beautiful and romantic way, with the two lovers embracing in the waves of the ocean. The scene is both sensual and passionate, and it has become one of the most iconic moments in the movie.
The movie also contains some of the most explicit sex scenes of its time. In one scene, Rosy and Doryan make love in a barn, with Rosy straddling Doryan and the two of them passionately embracing. The scene is shot in a way that is both intimate and erotic, and it is one of the most memorable moments in the movie.
The movie also contains some of the most controversial sexual moments in cinema history. In one scene, Rosy and Doryan make love in a church, with Rosy straddling Doryan and the two of them passionately embracing. The scene is shot in a way that is both intimate and erotic, and it has become one of the most controversial moments in the movie.
Overall, “Ryan’s Daughter” is a classic movie that contains some of the most memorable and controversial sexual moments in cinema history. The movie is a beautiful and romantic story, and its sexual moments are both sensual and passionate.
Older man, who marries young woman, is a very good man but a terrible lover. She is a virgin when they are married. The couple is shown having sex on their wedding night; however, there is no nudity (they both wear old-fashioned nightshirts that cover them completely above the waist, and they don't remove them). There is no foreplay beyond ordinary mouth-to-mouth kissing in this scene, and the experience is not fulfilling for her, though presumably it is for him because he doesn't really know any better and is apparently completely innocent about how sensual sex can be. He is shown having a very quick orgasm and falls asleep.
A married British soldier and a married womay have an affair, and we see them making love in the woods. There is nudity and the experience is very sensual. We see one of her breasts. During their first encounter, she has an orgasm for the first time in her life - twice.
The local priest realizes that his parishioner is having an extramarital affair, and expresses his disapproval without actually talking about sex.