The Getaway (1972)
The Getaway (1972) is a classic crime thriller directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw. It tells the story of a bank robber, Doc McCoy (McQueen), and his wife, Carol (MacGraw), who are on the run from the law after a daring heist. While the movie is filled with action and suspense, it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments.
One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is when Doc and Carol are on the run and they stop at a motel for the night. After a passionate kiss, the two of them start to undress each other and make love. The scene is shot in a very intimate way, with close-ups of their faces and hands as they caress each other. The scene is both sensual and erotic, and it is one of the most memorable moments in the movie.
Another steamy scene occurs when Doc and Carol are in a hotel room and Doc begins to undress her. He kisses her neck and caresses her body, and the camera lingers on her face as she looks up at him with desire. The scene is shot in a very sensual way, and it is clear that the two of them are deeply in love.
The Getaway (1972) is a classic crime thriller, but it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments. From the passionate motel scene to the intimate hotel room scene, the movie is filled with moments of desire and passion. These scenes make the movie even more exciting and memorable, and they are sure to leave viewers wanting more.
Ali MacGraw's left breast and erect nipple are briefly seen in the motel scene with Steve McQueen. Earlier her nipples are faintly seen through a wet blouse, as she is wearing no bra.
A woman's bare breast is briefly shown; that woman and another woman's bare backs are shown. A man fondles a woman through her clothes against her will.
Men are seen showering; lots of male shirtlessness, and male frontal nudity is very briefly seen from a distance.
Pictures of 2 different nude women's bare breasts are briefly seen in a distant shot of a pornographic magazine.