The Hunting Party (1971)
The Hunting Party (1971) is a classic western movie that has been praised for its unique take on the genre. The movie follows a group of seven men who are on a mission to hunt down a notorious outlaw. Along the way, they encounter a variety of characters, including a beautiful woman who is the object of the men's desire.
The movie contains several sexual moments that are both subtle and overt. One of the most memorable is when the men come across a group of women bathing in a river. The men watch in awe as the women bathe and play in the water, and the scene is filled with sexual tension. Later, when the men finally catch up to the outlaw, they find him in bed with the woman they had seen earlier. This scene is both shocking and titillating, as the men realize that the woman they had been admiring was actually the outlaw's lover.
The movie also contains several other sexual moments, such as when the men come across a group of prostitutes in a saloon. The men are clearly aroused by the sight of the women, and the scene is filled with sexual innuendo.
Overall, The Hunting Party (1971) contains several sexual moments that add to the movie's overall appeal. The movie is a classic western that is filled with action, adventure, and a few steamy scenes.
A scene of attempted rape and a "consensual" rape scene.
Early in the film a man and woman are in bed and it is implied they are having sex. The man lays on top of the woman but only the woman's upper leg is bare.
A woman strips nude and is assaulted with a cigar offscreen. Her breasts and butt are visible, and her pubic region is very briefly visible from a distance.
A few prostitutes entertain a group of men on a train. Both the men and women are in various states of undress. Breasts are seen and a man removes his pants.