Satanico Pandemonium (1975)
Satanico Pandemonium (1975) is a Mexican horror film directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares. The film follows the story of a young woman named Leticia, who is sent to a convent to become a nun. However, she soon discovers that the convent is actually a den of iniquity, where the nuns are involved in a variety of sexual activities.
The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which includes scenes of nudity and simulated sex. The film also features a number of disturbing and violent scenes, including a scene in which a nun is raped by a group of men.
The film's sexual content has been the subject of much debate, with some critics arguing that it is exploitative and gratuitous, while others argue that it is an important part of the film's narrative.
The film's sexual content has also been praised for its frankness and its willingness to explore the darker side of human sexuality. The film's director, Gilberto Martínez Solares, has stated that the film's sexual content is meant to be a reflection of the dark side of human nature, and that it is not meant to be exploitative or gratuitous.
Overall, Satanico Pandemonium is a unique and provocative film that explores the darker side of human sexuality. While some may find the film's sexual content to be exploitative or gratuitous, others may find it to be an important part of the film's narrative.
A woman whips herself while naked - it is mostly non-sexual as it is a Catholic practice to show remorse for sin as a bodily penance.
A woman removes her clothes and is seen topless.
There is a short lesbian love scene. One woman is seen topless.
A woman bares her breasts to another woman and kisses her.
A woman undresses and climbs into bed with a sleeping man. She is seen topless. She tries to force herself on her as he wakes up and resists. His buttocks are briefly seen.
One sequence of nuns dancing and lounging around in various states of undress. A few women are seen topless and there is some rear and full-frontal nudity.