The Final Programme (1973)
The Final Programme (1973) is a science fiction film directed by Robert Fuest. It stars Jon Finch, Jenny Runacre, and Hugh Griffith. The film follows the adventures of a scientist, Michael Moorcock, who is trying to save the world from a computer virus.
The Final Programme is a unique film in that it contains a number of sexual moments. These moments are often used to add to the tension and suspense of the film. One of the most memorable scenes is when Michael Moorcock and Jenny Runacre's character, Jerry, are in a car together. As they drive, they share a passionate kiss. This moment is made even more intense by the fact that they are being chased by a group of thugs.
Another memorable sexual moment occurs when Michael and Jerry are in a hotel room. As they talk, they begin to undress each other. This leads to a passionate embrace and a night of lovemaking. This scene is important because it shows the connection between the two characters and how they are able to find comfort in each other.
The Final Programme is a unique film that contains a number of sexual moments. These moments are used to add to the tension and suspense of the film. They also serve to show the connection between the two main characters and how they are able to find comfort in each other.
A woman is shown seated at a piano, naked (side nudity); she then stands and walks towards her employer (frontal nudity).
A second woman is shown in a see-through robe (frontal nudity); she is then seen having sex (rear nudity, breasts). During this sequence, her male partner displays brief rear nudity.