Savage Messiah (1972)
Savage Messiah (1972) is a British drama film directed by Ken Russell and starring Helen Mirren and Scott Antony. The film tells the story of a young French sculptor, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, and his relationship with his mentor, the English artist Sophie Brzeska.
The film is known for its intense and explicit sexual moments. The most memorable scene is when Henri and Sophie make love in a field of wheat. The scene is both beautiful and erotic, and it captures the passion and intensity of their relationship.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, such as when Henri and Sophie kiss passionately in a park, and when Henri and his friend, the poet Ezra Pound, share a passionate kiss. These scenes are all incredibly powerful and demonstrate the intensity of the characters' feelings for each other.
Overall, Savage Messiah (1972) is a powerful and moving film that features some of the most memorable and explicit sexual moments in cinema. The film is a must-see for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of human relationships.
There is a scene with sculptures of naked women, in which the main character speaks about the private regions.
Sophie is accused of "entertaining" men in the room she is staying at.
A prostitute is seen posing nude. Full frontal nudity is visible.
Sculptures and paintings throughout the movie have images of female nudity throughout the movie.
There is an extended scene in which another woman is in the nude. Her breasts and pubic region are fully visible.