Private Vices, Public Virtues (1976)
Private Vices, Public Virtues (1976) is a controversial film directed by Miklós Jancsó. It is set in the 18th century and follows the story of a young nobleman who is seduced by a beautiful woman. The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which includes nudity, simulated sex scenes, and a variety of sexual acts.
The film is a commentary on the hypocrisy of the upper classes in the 18th century. The main character is a young nobleman who is seduced by a beautiful woman. He is then forced to choose between his private vices and public virtues. The film explores the consequences of his choices and how they affect his relationships with the people around him.
The sexual content of the film is quite explicit. There are several scenes of nudity and simulated sex. The film also features a variety of sexual acts, including oral sex, masturbation, and anal sex. These scenes are used to illustrate the hypocrisy of the upper classes and their attitudes towards sex.
The film was controversial upon its release due to its explicit sexual content. However, it has since become a cult classic and is now considered to be one of the most important films of the 1970s. Private Vices, Public Virtues is an important film that explores the hypocrisy of the upper classes and their attitudes towards sex. It is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of sexuality in film.
Lots of nudity including female breasts, butts, and pubic regions. In some scenes you can see a woman's vagina.
High sexual content including orgies where multiple men and women are naked and penis and female pubic area can be seen.
One scene has a transsexual in a bathtub, fake penis can be seen.
One scene has a man sodomizing a hermaphrodite, no penetration is shown. Then the hermaphrodite sodomizes the man.
Men and women are completely nude for much of the movie.