Charley Varrick (1973)
Charley Varrick (1973) is a classic crime drama directed by Don Siegel and starring Walter Matthau. The movie follows the story of a small-time crook, Charley Varrick (Matthau), who is forced to rob a bank in order to pay off a debt. While the movie is primarily focused on the heist and its aftermath, there are some sexual moments that add to the tension and drama of the film.
One of the most memorable sexual moments in Charley Varrick occurs when Charley and his partner, Harman Sullivan (Joe Don Baker), are in a motel room together. After a brief conversation, Harman begins to make advances on Charley, who is initially hesitant. However, Charley eventually gives in and the two share a passionate kiss. This moment is significant because it shows the complexity of their relationship and how it has evolved over the course of the movie.
Another sexual moment in Charley Varrick occurs when Charley and his wife, Molly (Jacqueline Scott), are in bed together. After a brief conversation, Charley begins to make advances on Molly, who is initially hesitant. However, Molly eventually gives in and the two share a passionate kiss. This moment is significant because it shows the depth of their relationship and how it has grown over the course of the movie.
The sexual moments in Charley Varrick add an extra layer of tension and drama to the movie. They also provide insight into the characters’ relationships and how they have evolved over the course of the movie. These moments are essential to the overall story and help to make Charley Varrick a classic crime drama.
There is a brief shot of a drawing of an unclothed woman (rear nudity and some frontal nudity), but it is not a very detailed drawing.
Scene in a brothel with women in bikinis. A Man looks at a womans back, he slaps her then the door is shut, nothing more is seen. Man and Woman shown in bed after Sex.