THX 1138 (1971) is a science fiction film directed by George Lucas. The movie follows the story of a man named THX 1138, who lives in a dystopian future where humans are controlled by a totalitarian government. The film is known for its unique visual style and its exploration of themes such as technology, religion, and sexuality.
One of the most interesting aspects of the film is its exploration of sexuality. The film features several scenes that explore the idea of sexual repression and its effects on the characters. In one scene, THX 1138 is shown in a dream sequence where he is surrounded by a group of women who are all dressed in white. The women are all wearing masks, and they are all dancing in a ritualistic manner. This scene is meant to represent the repression of sexual desire in the dystopian society.
The film also features a scene where THX 1138 and his female companion LUH 3417 are shown in a passionate embrace. This scene is meant to represent the idea of love and desire in a society where such feelings are forbidden.
Overall, THX 1138 is a fascinating exploration of sexuality in a dystopian future. The film's unique visual style and its exploration of themes such as technology, religion, and sexuality make it an interesting and thought-provoking film.
(NOTE: There is nothing stronger than explicit R-rated sex in the "Uncut Director's Cut Version")
Two non-explicit sex scenes both with bare breasts shown briefly.
A video of sex is seen on a grainy monitor.
One scene with full nudity of a man and a woman (genitals not shown).
A woman is seen dancing naked (stylized - she's a rudimentary hologram). A man is implied to "masturbate" while watching it, using a piece of technology presumably attached to his penis, but nothing critical is shown.