Shampoo (1975) is a classic romantic comedy directed by Hal Ashby and starring Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn, and Lee Grant. The movie follows the story of a Beverly Hills hairdresser, George (Beatty), who is having an affair with his wealthy client, Jackie (Christie). As the movie progresses, George's relationships with both Jackie and his other clients become increasingly complicated, and the sexual tension between them builds.
The movie contains several memorable sexual moments that are both funny and poignant. One of the most memorable is when George and Jackie are in bed together, and George is trying to explain why he can't commit to her. He says, "I'm like a shampoo. You use me, you rinse me out, and you don't want me around anymore." This line is both funny and heartbreaking, and it perfectly captures the complexity of George's feelings for Jackie.
Another memorable sexual moment is when George and Jackie are in the pool together. As they swim, they start to kiss passionately, and the camera pans out to show them in the middle of the pool, surrounded by a sea of bubbles. This scene is both romantic and sensual, and it perfectly captures the intensity of their feelings for each other.
The movie also contains several other sexual moments, including a scene where George and Jackie are in bed together, and George is trying to explain why he can't commit to her. This scene is both funny and heartbreaking, and it perfectly captures the complexity of George's feelings for Jackie.
Overall, Shampoo (1975) is a classic romantic comedy that contains several memorable sexual moments. These moments are both funny and poignant, and they perfectly capture the complexity of the characters' relationships.
The plot of the movie is a hairdresser who sleeps/has sex with his customers.
During the opening credits is heard the sound of a man and woman moaning. The scene starts in darkness. When the bathroom light is turned on the man is standing and we see the woman in bed with a sheet up to her waist. Her breasts are seen from the side, but no male nudity is shown.
A woman is having her hair styled in her bathroom at home. She is wearing a towel. As they start kissing after her hair is done the towel falls slightly to reveal her breasts from the front. No male nudity however.
A hairdresser arrives to pick up a female client at her home. She is not home yet. Her teenaged daughter serves him a snack. After they talk for a few minutes she asks him if he's having sex with her mother. A few minutes later she asks him if he'd like to have sex with her. The client is then shown arriving home. She enters her daughters bedroom as he is coming out of the daughter's ensuite bathroom. Sex is implied.
A woman removes only her panties. She lays on top of a man on a bed. No nudity. Sex is implied.
At a private party there are a few brief scenes showing men and women skinny-dipping. A woman is shown naked from behind at a distance. Her breasts are seen from behind and below, yet there are no males baring nudity.
At the same party a woman is seen fully nude, body painted except for her nipples. Also at the same party a couple are seen through a window having sex in the pool house. He is shown naked from the waist down on top of her.