Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971)
Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971) is a classic Italian horror-thriller directed by Dario Argento. The film follows Roberto, a musician who is being stalked by a mysterious figure. As the film progresses, Roberto discovers that the figure is a serial killer who is trying to frame him for the murder of a woman.
The film is known for its intense and suspenseful atmosphere, as well as its surreal visuals. However, it also contains some surprisingly explicit sexual moments. These moments are used to heighten the tension and add to the overall atmosphere of the film.
One of the most memorable sexual moments in the film occurs when Roberto is in a nightclub. He is approached by a woman who begins to seductively dance with him. The scene is shot in a slow-motion style, and the camera lingers on the woman's body as she moves. This scene is both sensual and unsettling, and it serves to heighten the tension of the film.
Another sexual moment occurs when Roberto is in the killer's apartment. He finds a woman's body in the bedroom, and the camera lingers on her nude body. This scene is both shocking and disturbing, and it serves to further the suspense of the film.
Overall, Four Flies on Grey Velvet is a classic horror-thriller that contains some surprisingly explicit sexual moments. These moments are used to heighten the tension and add to the overall atmosphere of the film.
There is a scene where Roberto (Michael Brandon) and his wife's cousin Dalia (Francine Racette) have sex in the bath, they are seen to passionately kiss each other and Dalia is seen topless with her bare breasts breifly visible in several shots.
There is a scene where Roberto and Dalia are in bed together talking, although topless the bedsheets and her arm covers any graphic nudity from Dalia.