Chinatown (1974) is a classic neo-noir film directed by Roman Polanski. It is a story of a private detective, Jake Gittes, who is hired to investigate a case of adultery. The film is filled with sexual tension and moments of seduction.
One of the most memorable scenes in Chinatown is the dinner scene between Jake and Evelyn Mulwray. The scene is filled with sexual tension as Jake and Evelyn flirt and banter. Jake is clearly attracted to Evelyn and she seems to be enjoying the attention. The scene culminates with a passionate kiss between the two.
Another memorable scene is when Jake and Evelyn are in the car together. Jake is driving and Evelyn is in the passenger seat. The two are talking and flirting, and Jake is clearly attracted to her. The scene is filled with sexual tension and Jake eventually leans in to kiss Evelyn.
The final scene of the film is also filled with sexual tension. Jake and Evelyn are in a hotel room and Jake is trying to convince Evelyn to stay with him. The scene is filled with longing and desire as Jake and Evelyn look into each other's eyes. The scene ends with a passionate kiss between the two.
Chinatown is a classic film filled with sexual tension and moments of seduction. The dinner scene, the car scene, and the hotel scene are all filled with sexual tension and desire. These scenes make Chinatown a classic film that will be remembered for years to come.
A man and woman are seen in bed together after having sex. The woman gets up and we could see her side breast for a couple seconds (partial breast nudity is shown in the scene). However, the nudity is brief and doesn't last long.
A man and woman start to kiss passionately; moments later they are seen lying in bed naked, sex is heavily implied.
We could briefly see a dead man's frontal nudity in a hospital morgue; a brief glimpse of lower nudity is visible in the scene.
Photographs of a man and woman having sex. No specific nudity. They are clothed except for their thighs/side buttocks.
A man's buttocks are briefly shown as he puts on pants.
A woman references incest in one scene, nothing is explicitly described.
A man makes a sexual joke in one scene (the word "screw" is used repeatedly)
Some sexual discussion occurs in the film, usually in the form of jokes and references.
A woman confesses to a man that she had a incestuous relationship with her father, the man then asks if he raped her, and she denies it. This is not shown, only discussed. It also remains uncertain if she did it out of free will or was coerced into the act.