The House with Laughing Windows (1976)
The House with Laughing Windows (1976) is an Italian horror film directed by Pupi Avati. The movie follows the story of a young artist, Stefano, who is hired to restore a fresco in a small town in the Italian countryside. As he begins to work on the fresco, he discovers that the town is haunted by a mysterious presence.
The House with Laughing Windows is a horror film, but it also contains some sexual moments. One of the most memorable scenes is when Stefano and his assistant, Anna, are in the church and Stefano begins to paint the fresco. As he paints, he notices that the eyes of the figures in the fresco seem to be following him. This leads to a passionate kiss between Stefano and Anna.
Another sexual moment in the film occurs when Stefano and Anna are in the woods and they come across a group of men who are having an orgy. This scene is quite shocking and disturbing, as it shows the dark side of human nature.
The House with Laughing Windows is a classic horror film that contains some sexual moments. These moments are used to create a sense of tension and suspense, as well as to explore the dark side of human nature. The film is a must-see for fans of horror and those who are interested in exploring the themes of sexuality and fear.
A woman is raped (off-screen). We see the attack, where her clothing is torn as she struggles with the attacker and screams. Her legs are seen.
It is implied a man and an older woman have sex after they kiss on her bed.
A man paints himself naked with breasts. Only the painting is shown.
A young woman undresses, down to her underwear. She then gets under the sheets of a man's bed and takes off her underwear, without showing anything. They have sex off camera, the scene skips to the woman lighting up a cigarette in bed, with the sheets up to her breasts.