Tiffany Jones is a 1973 British comedy film directed by Cliff Owen and starring Julie Ege, David Warner, and Elke Sommer. The film follows the titular character, a young woman who is determined to make it in the fashion world. Along the way, she encounters a variety of characters, including a playboy, a fashion designer, and a photographer.
The movie is known for its risqué sexual moments, which were quite daring for the time. One of the most memorable scenes is when Tiffany is in a hotel room with her playboy admirer, played by David Warner. The two share a passionate kiss, and then the camera pans away as they undress and make love. This scene was considered quite daring for its time, as it was one of the first mainstream films to show a couple engaging in sexual activity.
Another memorable sexual moment in the film is when Tiffany meets a fashion designer, played by Elke Sommer. The two share a passionate kiss, and then the camera pans away as they undress and make love. This scene was also considered quite daring for its time, as it was one of the first mainstream films to show a couple engaging in sexual activity.
The sexual moments in Tiffany Jones are quite daring for the time, and they still hold up today. The film is a classic example of how sex can be used to explore relationships and emotions in a meaningful way. It is a reminder that sex can be used to tell stories, and that it can be used to explore the complexities of human relationships.
The lead actress is frequently topless, nude (full side and rear nudity), or scantily clad, in non-sexual situations. There are no sex scenes. In one scene, several women strip down to panties or full nudity. This scene includes full frontal and rear nudity as they fawn over a couple of men.
The lead actress is captured by a group of revolutionaries, stripped to her underwear (not shown) and tied to a table for interrogation. One of them tries to intimidate her by cutting her brazier open with a knife, exposing her breasts (to which she remains nonchalant). Her breasts remain bare for the remainder of the scene.