The Devil's Wedding Night (1973)
The 1973 Italian horror film, The Devil's Wedding Night, is a classic example of the genre. Directed by Luigi Batzella, the film follows a young woman named Maria (played by Rosalba Neri) who is forced to marry a devilish figure known as the Count of Saxony (played by Antonio De Teffè).
The film is filled with sexual moments, as Maria is subjected to the Count's perverse desires. From the moment she arrives at his castle, the Count begins to make advances towards her. He forces her to strip and then proceeds to rape her. This scene is particularly disturbing, as the Count is shown to be a powerful and cruel figure.
The sexual moments continue throughout the film, as the Count forces Maria to engage in various sexual acts. He also forces her to watch as he has sex with other women. The Count's perverse desires are further explored in a scene where he forces Maria to have sex with a goat. This scene is particularly disturbing, as it shows the depths of the Count's depravity.
The sexual moments in The Devil's Wedding Night are not just used to shock and disturb the audience. They are also used to explore the power dynamics between Maria and the Count. As the film progresses, Maria begins to gain more power over the Count, eventually leading to her escape from his castle.
The Devil's Wedding Night is a classic example of Italian horror cinema. Its sexual moments are used to explore the power dynamics between Maria and the Count, as well as to shock and disturb the audience. The film is a must-see for fans of the genre.
Some talk about virginity, particularly with women.
A man and woman kiss. It is implied that they have sex.
A man and woman kiss. They are shown nude later, the woman's breasts visible. They have sex.
A woman kisses and licks another woman, whose breasts are visible.
Five virgin women have their robes taken off, their breasts and butts visible. Their breasts are caressed by the woman who took off the robes.