Chance and Violence (1974)
Chance and Violence (1974) is a classic Italian crime film directed by Sergio Sollima. The film follows the story of two men, a former criminal and a young lawyer, who become involved in a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
The film is known for its intense and violent scenes, but it also contains some surprisingly sensual moments. One of the most memorable scenes is when the two men, played by Fabio Testi and Gian Maria Volonté, share a passionate kiss. This moment is made even more powerful by the fact that it is set against a backdrop of violence and chaos.
The film also features a scene in which Testi’s character is seen in a passionate embrace with a woman. This scene is particularly memorable for its use of slow motion and its focus on the sensuality of the moment.
Chance and Violence is a classic example of how a film can use sex and violence to create a powerful and memorable experience. The film’s use of sensuality and violence creates a unique and powerful atmosphere that is sure to stay with viewers long after the credits roll.
In a sex scene Yves Montand undresses Katharine Ross. Her breasts and nipples are briefly visible. During the lovemaking her nipples are seen for a longer time.