Going Places (1974)
Going Places (1974) is a French comedy-drama film directed by Bertrand Blier. The movie follows the story of two men, Jean-Claude and Pierrot, who are released from prison and embark on a journey of sexual exploration.
The film is filled with sexual moments that are both humorous and thought-provoking. One of the most memorable scenes is when Jean-Claude and Pierrot pick up a young woman, Jacqueline, and take her on a wild ride in their car. The scene is filled with sexual tension as the two men compete for Jacqueline's attention.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, such as when Jean-Claude and Pierrot pick up a prostitute, or when they encounter a group of nudists. These scenes are often played for laughs, but they also serve to highlight the characters' sexual exploration.
The film also features a number of more serious sexual moments. One of the most powerful scenes is when Jean-Claude and Pierrot visit a brothel and Jean-Claude is forced to confront his own feelings of guilt and shame. This scene is a powerful reminder of the consequences of sexual exploration and the importance of respecting boundaries.
Overall, Going Places (1974) is a film that is filled with sexual moments. These moments are often humorous, but they also serve to highlight the characters' exploration of their own sexuality. The film is a powerful reminder of the importance of respecting boundaries and the consequences of sexual exploration.
Frequent nudity, including full frontal male and female nudity.
One man sucks the breast of a woman, while another man fondles her other breast.
Two men have sex with a woman, their rear ends seen thrusting in the air, with one criticizing the other's technique. Her breasts, rear and her pubic hair are shown.
Two men are shown making love to a woman together, with no nudity.
A nude woman is shown running and then talking to the men, her breasts and her pubic hair shown.
A woman is shown laying in the grass, her pants off, as two men alternate bending down to kiss her (unseen) genital area.