The Tamarind Seed (1974)
The Tamarind Seed (1974) is a romantic drama film directed by Blake Edwards and starring Julie Andrews and Omar Sharif. The film follows the story of a British civil servant, played by Andrews, who falls in love with a Soviet diplomat, played by Sharif.
The Tamarind Seed contains several sexual moments that add to the tension and romance of the film. One of the most memorable scenes is when Andrews and Sharif's characters meet for the first time. The two share a passionate kiss that is both tender and passionate. This scene sets the tone for the rest of the film and establishes the chemistry between the two characters.
Another memorable sexual moment in The Tamarind Seed is when Andrews and Sharif's characters go for a swim in the ocean. The two share a passionate embrace in the water, and the scene is filled with sexual tension. This scene is particularly memorable because it shows the two characters in a vulnerable and intimate moment.
The Tamarind Seed also contains a few other sexual moments, such as when Andrews and Sharif's characters share a passionate kiss in a hotel room. This scene is particularly memorable because it shows the two characters in a moment of passion and intimacy.
The Tamarind Seed is a classic romantic drama that contains several memorable sexual moments. These moments add to the tension and romance of the film and help to establish the chemistry between the two characters. The film is a must-see for fans of romantic dramas.
Subtle references are made to a gay man and about gay men generally; also derogatory comments made about being gay. Sexual innuendo about love affairs. A widow wakes up naked in bed next to a married man; they kiss and sex is implied. Bare-chested male nudity. A woman showers and nudity is implied.