The Christian Licorice Store is a 1971 comedy-drama film directed by Richard Lester and starring John Lithgow, Jack Warden, and Richard Pryor. The film follows the story of a young man, played by Lithgow, who is sent to live with his eccentric aunt and uncle in a small town. While there, he discovers a world of secrets and sexual awakenings.
The Christian Licorice Store is a film that is not afraid to explore the complexities of sexuality. The film features several scenes of sexual exploration, including a scene in which the main character, played by Lithgow, is seduced by a young woman. This scene is particularly noteworthy as it is one of the first times that a mainstream film has depicted a consensual sexual encounter between two people of different ages.
The film also features a scene in which the main character's aunt and uncle discuss their own sexual desires. This scene is particularly interesting as it shows how even older couples can still have a healthy and fulfilling sex life.
The Christian Licorice Store is a film that is not afraid to explore the complexities of sexuality. It is a film that is both humorous and thought-provoking, and it is a must-see for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of human sexuality.
Review from an 82 minute version. Cane and Cynthia have sex, his body blocks any nudity from her, very dark, but see his bare rear. They are later seen in bed under covers, implied after sex. He gets up and walks to the bathroom and back, vary dark scene, but implied he's nude. He showers and shows partial rear. Later he's sitting in a chair, implied he's nude, bare hip seen.
Cane and Texas Girl are jumping on a trampoline, camera is quite a distance away, can't tell if they have swim clothes on or not. They have sex, but no nudity seen.