The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971)
The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh, a 1971 Italian giallo film directed by Sergio Martino, is a classic example of the genre. The movie follows the story of Julie Wardh, a young woman who is struggling with her own inner demons and is drawn into a world of sexual depravity.
The movie opens with Julie, played by Edwige Fenech, being attacked by a mysterious figure in a mask. She is saved by a mysterious stranger, who turns out to be a private detective hired by her husband to investigate her strange behavior. As the movie progresses, Julie is drawn into a web of sexual intrigue and violence.
The movie is filled with sexual moments, from the opening scene where Julie is attacked to the scenes of her being seduced by the detective. There are also several scenes of her engaging in sexual activities with other characters, including a scene where she is seen having sex with a man in a mask.
The movie also features a number of explicit scenes, including a scene where Julie is seen having sex with a man in a mask and another where she is seen having sex with a woman. These scenes are not only explicit but also quite shocking, as they show a woman engaging in activities that were considered taboo at the time.
The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh is a classic example of the giallo genre, and its sexual moments are a key part of the movie's appeal. The movie is a must-see for fans of the genre, and its explicit scenes are sure to shock and titillate viewers.
A woman is seen nude in the shower.
Two woman at a party have their paper dresses torn off them. They continue to fight pulling each other clothes off. Nudity is brief.
This movie is very sexual. Multiple women are scene fully nude throughout the film.
A woman is dragged out of a car and slapped multiple times before having her shirt ripped open by a man, her bare breast fully visible for several seconds.