The Last Picture Show (1971)
The Last Picture Show (1971) is a classic American drama film directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The film follows the lives of a group of teenagers in a small Texas town in the 1950s. The film is known for its frank depiction of teenage sexuality and its exploration of the themes of coming of age, loneliness, and the loss of innocence.
The film features several memorable sexual moments. One of the most iconic scenes is when the character of Jacy Farrow (Cybill Shepherd) seduces her boyfriend Duane (Jeff Bridges) in a pool hall. The scene is shot in a single take and is notable for its frankness and its use of naturalistic lighting.
Another memorable sexual moment occurs when the character of Sonny (Timothy Bottoms) has a sexual encounter with the older Ruth Popper (Cloris Leachman). The scene is notable for its frankness and its exploration of the power dynamics between an older woman and a younger man.
The film also features a scene in which the character of Jacy has a sexual encounter with the character of Abilene (Ellen Burstyn). The scene is notable for its frankness and its exploration of the themes of teenage sexuality and the power dynamics between two people of different ages.
The Last Picture Show is a classic film that is remembered for its frank depiction of teenage sexuality. The film's memorable sexual moments are an important part of its legacy and are a testament to its boldness and its willingness to explore difficult topics.
A man and a woman have sex on a pool table.
Sex is common throughout the film, mostly including teenagers. The act is crudely represented, probably typical for the era.
A teenager has an affair with a middle-aged woman. They have sex in one scene.
Male nudity is not nearly as prevalent as the female nudity.
A young woman removes her top and bra in a car with a young man, and the man puts his hand on her breast.
Male and female nudity (genitals are visible) skinny dipping in a pool: breasts, butts, and male and female pubic hair. Male frontal nudity is generally very brief and groin is mostly obscured by positioning. Female frontal nudity is more completely represented.
A character gets in a car with a whore and we hear her exclaiming about how poorly it's going as others watch outside the car.
A man and a woman undress to their underwear and have sex (no nudity seen).
A man and a woman meet in a motel for sex -- she wants to lose her virginity. He undresses her and gets on top of her but apparently has an impotence problem. She gets up and we see her breasts and butt.