The Countess Died of Laughter (1973)
The Countess Died of Laughter (1973) is a French comedy-drama film directed by Pierre Étaix. The film follows the story of a young countess who is bored with her life and decides to take a trip to Paris. Along the way, she meets a variety of characters and experiences a number of sexual moments.
The Countess Died of Laughter features a number of sexual moments, from the countess’s flirtations with a young man she meets on the train, to her seduction of a married man in a hotel room. The film also features a scene in which the countess is seen in a bathtub, with her body partially exposed. This scene is particularly memorable, as it is one of the few moments in the film that shows the countess in a vulnerable state.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, such as the countess’s encounter with a group of men in a bar, and her flirtations with a young man she meets in a park. These moments are often humorous, as the countess is often seen as a naive and inexperienced young woman.
Overall, The Countess Died of Laughter is a lighthearted and humorous film that features a number of sexual moments. The film is a great example of French comedy, and its sexual moments are sure to entertain viewers.
* Moderate nudity through out the movie (in several scenes)
* In one scene group of nuns show their hips to each other (close-up of their buttocks are seen quite in detail)
* Couple have oral sex (man's penis is not visible though) * Discussion of sexual acts in many scenes