The Nightcomers (1971)
The Nightcomers (1971) is a British horror film directed by Michael Winner and starring Marlon Brando and Stephanie Beacham. The movie follows the story of two children, Miles and Flora, who are left alone in a large country house while their parents are away. They soon become acquainted with Peter Quint, the groundskeeper of the estate, and his lover, Miss Jessel.
The movie is known for its explicit sexual content, which was quite daring for its time. The sexual moments in the movie are quite explicit and often quite disturbing. The most memorable of these is the scene in which Peter Quint seduces Flora, the young girl. In this scene, Quint attempts to seduce Flora by telling her stories of his past sexual conquests. He then proceeds to kiss her and caress her body, all while she is clearly uncomfortable and trying to push him away. This scene is particularly disturbing as it shows the power imbalance between an adult man and a young girl.
The movie also contains a number of other sexual moments, including a scene in which Quint and Miss Jessel have sex in the woods, and a scene in which Quint and Flora kiss passionately. These scenes are all quite explicit and often quite disturbing.
Overall, The Nightcomers is a movie that is not for the faint of heart. Its explicit sexual content is sure to shock and disturb many viewers. However, it is also a movie that is sure to leave a lasting impression on those who watch it.
A man grabs a woman's naked breast, which is seen.
A boy, imitating the older couple, ties up his clothed young sister and attempts to take off her dress. He tells an adult they were having sex.
A man ties up a clothed woman; they are later seen naked and having sex. About one minute both naked and in different positions. The woman's breasts are seen.