The Yakuza (1974)
The Yakuza (1974) is a classic crime drama directed by Sydney Pollack. It stars Robert Mitchum, Ken Takakura, and Brian Keith. The film follows an American businessman, Harry Kilmer (Mitchum), who is sent to Japan to help a friend's daughter who has been kidnapped by the Yakuza, a powerful Japanese crime syndicate.
The Yakuza is a film that is full of sexual moments. From the beginning of the film, there is a strong sexual tension between Harry and his friend's daughter, Eiko (Keiko Kishi). This tension is further explored when Harry and Eiko are forced to share a hotel room. The scene is full of sexual innuendos and the two characters are clearly attracted to each other.
The Yakuza also features a number of other sexual moments. In one scene, Harry and Eiko are seen in a bathhouse, where they are surrounded by other naked people. In another scene, Harry and Eiko are seen in a love hotel, where they are clearly enjoying each other's company.
The Yakuza is a classic crime drama that is full of sexual moments. From the beginning of the film, there is a strong sexual tension between Harry and Eiko, which is further explored throughout the film. The film also features a number of other sexual moments, such as the bathhouse and love hotel scenes. The Yakuza is a must-see for fans of classic crime dramas and those who enjoy exploring the sexual tension between two characters.
At 52:30 there is a wall decoration depicting the torso of a nude female, including breasts and the pubic region, but it is only visible for a few seconds.
One sequence that takes place in a bath house, shows nude women behind a glass wall. But the glass is distorted; therefore, no nudity.