They Might Be Giants (1971)
They Might Be Giants (1971) is a classic comedy-drama starring George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. The film follows the story of Justin Playfair, a wealthy eccentric who believes he is Sherlock Holmes. He meets Dr. Mildred Watson, a psychiatrist who is determined to prove that he is not the famous detective.
The film contains several sexual moments that are both humorous and thought-provoking. One of the most memorable is when Justin and Dr. Watson are discussing the possibility of her being his Watson. Justin suggests that they could be "intimate" and Dr. Watson responds by saying, "I'm a doctor, not a prostitute." This scene is both funny and poignant, as it highlights the power dynamics between the two characters.
Another memorable sexual moment occurs when Justin and Dr. Watson are in a restaurant. Justin orders a bottle of champagne and then proceeds to pour it all over Dr. Watson's dress. This scene is both humorous and suggestive, as it implies that Justin is trying to seduce her.
The film also contains a few more subtle sexual moments. For example, when Justin and Dr. Watson are discussing the possibility of her being his Watson, Justin says, "You'd make a wonderful Watson." This is a subtle way of suggesting that he is attracted to her.
Overall, They Might Be Giants (1971) contains several sexual moments that are both humorous and thought-provoking. These moments help to add depth to the characters and the story, making the film an enjoyable and memorable experience.
No nudity. A young couple is seen passionately kissing in a movie theatre; the boy begins to take off his clothes but they are interrupted by a security guard before he removes more than his jacket and shirt.