Walkabout (1971) is a classic Australian film directed by Nicolas Roeg and starring Jenny Agutter and Luc Roeg. The film follows two siblings, a teenage girl and her younger brother, as they embark on a journey of self-discovery in the Australian outback. Along the way, they encounter a young Aboriginal man, played by David Gulpilil, who helps them survive the harsh environment.
The film is known for its beautiful cinematography and its exploration of themes such as identity, family, and the clash between modern and traditional cultures. However, it is also remembered for its controversial sexual moments.
The most famous of these is the scene in which the teenage girl, played by Jenny Agutter, bathes nude in a waterhole. This scene was highly controversial at the time of the film's release, and it has been the subject of much debate ever since. While some argue that it is an important moment in the film, as it symbolizes the girl's journey of self-discovery, others argue that it is exploitative and unnecessary.
The film also features a scene in which the Aboriginal man and the teenage girl share a kiss. This scene was also controversial, as it was seen as a romanticization of interracial relationships. While some argue that it is a beautiful moment of connection between two people from different cultures, others argue that it is an example of cultural appropriation.
Overall, Walkabout (1971) is a classic film that is remembered for its beautiful cinematography and its exploration of themes such as identity, family, and the clash between modern and traditional cultures. However, it is also remembered for its controversial sexual moments, which have been the subject of much debate ever since the film's release.
Men are playing a game of cards with pictures of topless women on them. We only see this in one quick shot.
Some nudity can be seen from a group of Australian natives that check out a burnt car. Mostly breasts and buttocks.
A woman's breasts are visible, but it's non-sexual: she's only in the process of dressing. However, a boy makes advances to her, and during this scene we see repeated glimpses of her exposed breasts.
In another scene, one older boy, an older girl and a young boy are nude and swimming in a watering hole. Though the camera was at a fair distance from the actors, frontal nudity is discernible on all characters.
There is another scene in which some adult men are trying to look down the shirt of an adult woman. We don't actually see anything beyond a glimpse of a bra.
Full frontal nudity of a girl as she takes a swim. Prolonged scene of her swimming in the water where you see breasts, bottom and pubic hair.
A man performs a ritual mating dance, during which his penis is visible and erect.