I, Claudius (1976-1976)
I, Claudius (1976) is a British television series based on the novels of Robert Graves. It tells the story of the Roman emperor Claudius, from his rise to power to his eventual death. The series is known for its complex and often controversial portrayal of Roman politics and culture, and its exploration of the role of sex in Roman society.
The series is full of sexual moments, from the subtle to the explicit. One of the most memorable is the scene in which Claudius's wife, Messalina, seduces a young slave boy. The scene is both erotic and disturbing, as Messalina's power and influence are made clear.
Other sexual moments include the scene in which Claudius's daughter, Agrippina, seduces her uncle, Tiberius. This scene is particularly shocking, as it reveals the incestuous nature of Roman politics.
The series also features a number of scenes in which Claudius's wife, Livia, is shown to be sexually active. These scenes are often used to illustrate the power dynamics between Livia and Claudius, and to show how Livia is able to manipulate Claudius to her own ends.
Overall, I, Claudius (1976) is a complex and often controversial exploration of Roman politics and culture. Its portrayal of sex and sexuality is both subtle and explicit, and serves to illustrate the power dynamics of Roman society.
There's a short rear/buttock scene in episode 9. Throughout the series the nudity is negligible.
Many scenes of bedding and semi-nude women. No thrusting, no implied intercourse, and no private parts are shown with the exception of a couple of one second shots of female nipples, all but one in the context of dancing women.