Farewell, My Lovely (1975)
Farewell, My Lovely (1975) is a classic film noir directed by Dick Richards and starring Robert Mitchum and Charlotte Rampling. The film follows private detective Philip Marlowe as he investigates a case involving a missing woman and a mysterious jewel thief. Along the way, Marlowe encounters a variety of characters, including a femme fatale, a corrupt police officer, and a gangster.
The film is notable for its sexual moments, which are often subtle and understated. One of the most memorable scenes is when Marlowe meets the femme fatale, Helen Grayle, in a hotel room. The scene is charged with sexual tension as Marlowe and Grayle exchange glances and banter. Later, when Marlowe visits Grayle's apartment, the two share a passionate kiss.
Another memorable sexual moment occurs when Marlowe visits the apartment of a former showgirl, Velma. The two share a passionate embrace and Marlowe is clearly smitten with Velma. The scene is made even more powerful by the fact that Marlowe is still mourning the death of his former lover, Ann Grayle.
Farewell, My Lovely (1975) is a classic film noir that is full of sexual tension and romance. The film's sexual moments are often subtle and understated, but they are no less powerful for it. The film is a must-see for fans of classic cinema.
Generous sampling of female nudity. However, little parallel or reciprocal male nudity is offered.
Three women appear topless in a brief bordello scene.
A woman is fully nude, but in a brief dark scene in which she is found in bed with a thug. Female full frontal nudity with pubic hair, and bare-chested male.