England Made Me (1973)
England Made Me (1973) is a British drama film directed by Anthony Page and starring Michael York, Charlotte Rampling, and Simon Ward. The film follows the story of two siblings, Michael and Anna, who are sent to live with their uncle in England after their parents die.
The film contains several sexual moments that are both subtle and explicit. In one scene, Michael and Anna are in a hotel room and Anna is seen undressing. The camera pans away as she takes off her clothes, but the implication is clear. Later, Michael and Anna are seen in bed together, and it is implied that they have had sex.
The film also contains a scene in which Michael and Anna's uncle, played by Peter Bowles, is seen in a compromising position with a woman. This scene is not explicit, but it is clear that something sexual is going on.
Overall, England Made Me is a film that contains several sexual moments. While some of these moments are subtle, they still add to the overall atmosphere of the film. The sexual moments in the film help to create a sense of tension and intrigue, and they add to the overall drama of the story.
Nudity: Female breasts
Sex: Implied sex between a couple
Sex: A not very explicit orgy scene where it is implied that the female participants are prostitutes