The Clockmaker of St. Paul (1974)
The Clockmaker of St. Paul is a 1974 French drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier. The film follows the story of a clockmaker, Antoine, who lives in the small town of St. Paul. Antoine is a lonely man who is struggling to find meaning in his life. He is drawn to the beauty of the town and its people, but he is also drawn to the darker side of life.
The Clockmaker of St. Paul contains several sexual moments that are integral to the story. One of the most memorable scenes is when Antoine meets a young woman named Marie. She is a prostitute who has been hired by Antoine's employer. Antoine is immediately drawn to her and the two quickly become intimate. The scene is filled with sexual tension and is a powerful moment in the film.
Another sexual moment in The Clockmaker of St. Paul is when Antoine meets a young man named Jean. Jean is a student who is struggling to make ends meet. Antoine takes him in and the two become close. They eventually become lovers and the scene is filled with tenderness and passion.
The Clockmaker of St. Paul is a powerful film that explores the darker side of life. The sexual moments in the film are integral to the story and help to illustrate the struggles of the characters. The film is a must-see for anyone who is interested in exploring the complexities of human relationships.
A nude woman is seen on a poster at a crime scene, but it is not explicit.
A man mentions young couple who are often in bed, but does not go into further details.
A murder victim is said to have sexually harassed his employees, with rape mentioned in passing. (He "forced them")