Buck and the Preacher (1972)
Buck and the Preacher (1972) is a classic western movie starring Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte. The movie follows the story of two men, Buck and the Preacher, who team up to help a group of freed slaves make their way to freedom. Along the way, they encounter many obstacles and must rely on each other for survival.
One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is the sexual tension between Buck and the Preacher. The two men are constantly at odds, but there is an underlying attraction between them. This is especially evident in a scene where the Preacher is teaching Buck how to shoot a gun. As they stand close together, the Preacher's hand lingers on Buck's shoulder, and the two share a moment of intense eye contact.
The sexual tension between the two men is further explored in a scene where the Preacher is teaching Buck how to ride a horse. As they ride side by side, the Preacher's hand brushes against Buck's thigh, and the two share a look of longing.
The sexual tension between Buck and the Preacher is a key part of the movie, and it adds an extra layer of complexity to the story. It is a reminder that even in the most difficult of times, love can still find a way.
Another scene involves a shirtless man in bed with a woman. Nothing sexual is shown.
It is implied that a woman is a prostitute; she wears revealing clothing in one scene.
Sex is implied in one scene in which a woman is in bed wearing some cleavage and the man is in the same room.
A couple passionately kisses in one scene.
A man is nude in one scene, no genitals are shown but his buttocks and upper nudity is shown. This is in a non-sexual way.