See No Evil (1971)
See No Evil (1971) is a psychological thriller directed by Richard Fleischer. The movie follows a young woman, Susan, who is sent to a mental institution after she is accused of murdering her father. While in the institution, Susan discovers that the doctors are conducting experiments on the patients, and she must find a way to escape.
The movie contains several sexual moments that add to the tension and suspense. One of the most memorable scenes is when Susan is being examined by the doctors. During the examination, the doctors make inappropriate comments about her body and touch her in a way that makes her uncomfortable. This scene is especially effective because it shows how the doctors are taking advantage of their power and exploiting Susan’s vulnerability.
Another sexual moment occurs when Susan is being held captive by one of the doctors. He forces her to watch a pornographic movie and then attempts to rape her. This scene is particularly disturbing because it shows the doctor’s complete disregard for Susan’s safety and well-being.
The sexual moments in See No Evil (1971) are used to create a sense of unease and tension. They also serve to highlight the power imbalance between the doctors and the patients, and the way in which the doctors are exploiting their position of authority. The movie is a powerful reminder of the dangers of institutionalized abuse and the importance of standing up for oneself.
A man looks at an adult magazine and for a few seconds one page is visible; a woman in various poses with her breasts exposed.
A woman is shown in a slip.
A woman undresses and takes a bath, but is only shown above the shoulders.