Tales That Witness Madness (1973)
Tales That Witness Madness (1973) is a British horror anthology film that tells four different stories of horror and madness. Each story is told from the perspective of a different character, and each story has its own unique take on the horror genre. One of the stories, "The Man Who Could Not Die", features a particularly memorable sexual moment.
The story follows a man who is cursed to live forever, and his attempts to find a way to break the curse. In one scene, he meets a woman in a bar and they have a passionate encounter. The scene is shot in a way that emphasizes the sexual tension between the two characters, and the scene is both erotic and disturbing.
The sexual moment in this story is a powerful one, and it serves to illustrate the themes of the film. It shows how the characters are struggling to find a way to break the curse of immortality, and how they are willing to take risks in order to do so. It also serves to show how the characters are willing to take risks in order to find pleasure and satisfaction in life, even in the face of death.
Overall, the sexual moment in Tales That Witness Madness (1973) is an important part of the film. It serves to illustrate the themes of the film, and it adds an extra layer of tension and suspense to the story. It is a powerful moment that will stay with viewers long after the film has ended.
When Joan Collins' character dreams of running through the forest, a tree attacks her and lashes her with its branches. Her nightgown is ripped and a breast and nipple is briefly seen
A girl sits by a pool in a bikini. A woman steps into a shower, only her buttocks are visible. A woman's breasts are briefly visible.
A man works on a wooden stump, giving it 'feminine shapes and lines'. He is later shown to be touching it in a sexual way. Finally, it is implied that he sleeps with the stump.