Sex & Fury (1973)
Sex & Fury (1973) is a Japanese exploitation film directed by Noribumi Suzuki. The movie follows the story of Ocho, a female assassin who is on a mission to avenge her father's death.
The movie is filled with sexual moments that make it stand out from other exploitation films. Ocho is a strong and independent woman who is not afraid to use her sexuality to get what she wants. She seduces men in order to get information and to gain access to places she needs to go. She also uses her body to fight off her enemies.
The movie also features a number of scenes that are sexually charged. One of the most memorable scenes is when Ocho is tied up and tortured by her enemies. The scene is filled with sexual tension as Ocho struggles to free herself from her captors.
Another memorable scene is when Ocho is in a bathhouse and is surrounded by a group of men. The men are all trying to seduce her, but she manages to fight them off. The scene is filled with sexual energy and is a great example of Ocho's strength and independence.
Overall, Sex & Fury is a great example of an exploitation film that uses sex and violence to tell its story. The movie is filled with sexual moments that make it stand out from other films of its genre. Ocho is a strong and independent woman who uses her sexuality to get what she wants and to fight off her enemies. The movie is a great example of how sex and violence can be used to tell a story.
There is an amount of strong sexuality and nudity
A woman bathes, her bare breasts and buttocks are shown, frontal nudity is well concealed. Two rape scenes, breasts are shown in both scenes, buttocks in one. A woman looks at her body in a mirror. Breasts are shown as she touches her body. A man performs oral sex on a woman. Just her face is shown. Two women have sex to entertain a man.
There are numerous sex scenes. Breasts and buttocks are often visible. A woman's pubic hair is briefly visible during one scene.