Death Walks on High Heels (1971)
Death Walks on High Heels (1971) is a classic Italian giallo film directed by Luciano Ercoli and starring Nieves Navarro and Simon Andreu. The film follows the story of a young woman named Nicole (Navarro) who is being pursued by a mysterious killer. As the story unfolds, Nicole discovers that the killer is her father, who is trying to protect her from a dangerous secret.
The film is known for its strong sexual content, which was quite daring for its time. In one scene, Nicole is seen in a passionate embrace with her lover, while in another she is seen in a revealing nightgown. The film also features a number of suggestive scenes, such as a scene in which Nicole is seen in a bathtub with her lover.
The sexual content of the film is not just limited to the scenes between Nicole and her lover. There are also a number of scenes featuring other characters, such as a scene in which a female character is seen in a revealing outfit. The film also features a number of suggestive shots, such as a shot of a woman's legs as she is walking up a staircase.
Overall, Death Walks on High Heels is a classic giallo film that features a number of sexual moments. While the film may not be as explicit as some modern films, it still manages to be quite daring for its time. The sexual content of the film is sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats, as they try to unravel the mystery of Nicole's father.
The main character is a stripper, and she is seen in skimpy outfits and underwear several times. At one club, she dances topless for a short scene. Some female rear nudity is in a couple of other scenes.