Turkish Delight (1973)
Turkish Delight (1973) is a Dutch romantic drama film directed by Paul Verhoeven. The film follows the story of a young artist, Eric, and his relationship with Olga, a beautiful and mysterious woman.
The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which was quite controversial for its time. The movie features several scenes of nudity and sexual activity, including a memorable scene in which Olga and Eric make love in a bathtub. This scene was particularly controversial, as it was one of the first times that a mainstream film featured such an explicit sex scene.
The film also features several other sexual moments, such as a scene in which Olga and Eric kiss passionately in a park, and a scene in which Olga seduces Eric in a hotel room. These scenes are all quite explicit and are sure to shock viewers who are not used to such explicit content.
Overall, Turkish Delight (1973) is a classic film that is sure to shock viewers with its explicit sexual content. The film is a must-see for fans of classic cinema, and it is sure to leave viewers with a lasting impression.
A woman gets raped by her husband. There are some more scenes in the movie in which the mutual consent is in doubt.
Several realistic sex scenes with thrusting and moaning and full nudity.
Full frontal and back nudity. Buttocks breasts vagina and pubic hair all are fully shown.
Sexual references and dirty talking between the main characters.
The main character is nude several times and his penis and butt are fully shown several times.
Turkish Delight contains constant (frontal) male and female nudity as well as sex throughout at an NC-17 level.