Bite the Bullet (1975)
Bite the Bullet is a 1975 American western film directed by Richard Brooks and starring Gene Hackman, Candice Bergen, James Coburn, and Ben Johnson. The film follows a group of cowboys who compete in a grueling 700-mile horse race from Arizona to New Mexico.
The film contains several sexual moments, which add to the tension and drama of the race. One of the most memorable scenes is when the female lead, Candice Bergen, is seen bathing in a river. The camera lingers on her body, and the audience is left to wonder if she is aware of the men watching her.
Another scene involves a group of cowboys who are seen drinking and gambling in a saloon. One of the cowboys, played by Ben Johnson, is seen flirting with a woman. The scene is tense and sexual, and it is clear that the woman is interested in the cowboy.
The film also contains a scene in which a group of cowboys are seen in a brothel. The scene is filled with sexual tension, and the audience is left to wonder what will happen next.
Overall, Bite the Bullet contains several sexual moments that add to the tension and drama of the race. These moments help to create a sense of realism and help to make the film more enjoyable.
Several women wear clothing that is loose, revealing or see through where things can be seen. Not for younger viewers.
A woman is attacked while riding alone through a canyon; it seems likely that her assailant intends to rape her.
Some implied sensuality and sexual images.
Female prostitutes are shown before and after sex in various states of undress. One woman is shown with only one button closed on her robe leaving most of her breasts visible. A man slaps a woman's rear end. Another rests his head on a woman's breasts.