Paper Moon (1973)
Paper Moon (1973) is a classic American comedy-drama film directed by Peter Bogdanovich and starring Ryan and Tatum O'Neal. The movie follows the story of an orphaned nine-year-old girl, Addie Loggins, who is taken in by a con man, Moses Pray, who claims to be her father.
The movie contains several sexual moments that are both humorous and touching. One of the most memorable scenes is when Addie and Moses are in a hotel room and Addie is trying to get Moses to sleep with her. She tells him that she knows all about sex and that she wants to learn more. Moses is taken aback by her boldness and tells her that she is too young to understand such things. Addie then proceeds to explain to him that she knows all about the birds and the bees and that she wants to learn more. This scene is both funny and touching as it shows the innocence of a young girl who is trying to understand the complexities of adult relationships.
Another memorable sexual moment in the movie is when Addie and Moses are in a bar and Moses is trying to pick up a woman. Addie watches as Moses flirts with the woman and then follows him to the back room. When Moses and the woman start to kiss, Addie is shocked and runs away. This scene shows the innocence of a young girl who is trying to understand the complexities of adult relationships.
The sexual moments in Paper Moon (1973) are both humorous and touching. They show the innocence of a young girl who is trying to understand the complexities of adult relationships. These moments also serve to highlight the bond between Addie and Moses and the importance of family.
A character visits a show at a fair called the "Sultan's Harem" several times and voices his intent to see the show several times more. A large billboard just outside the entrance show's women in skimpy attire matching the name of the show.
A woman is seen in a dress, where the outline of her nipples are noticeable (the effect of wearing a thin bra).
A character states about another character that for $25 the second character would take off her underwear in the middle of the street.
A female character invites a man into her hotel room, where we hear them talking but nothing is seen.
There are various other references to this woman's habit of "putting out" for men in exchange for money.