Cross of Iron (1977)
Cross of Iron (1977) is a classic war movie directed by Sam Peckinpah, and it is known for its intense and realistic portrayal of World War II. The movie follows a group of German soldiers as they fight their way through the Eastern Front. While the movie is filled with intense battle scenes, it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments.
One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is when the soldiers are in a Russian village and they come across a group of women bathing in a river. The soldiers watch in awe as the women bathe and splash around in the water. This scene is made even more sexual by the fact that the women are wearing nothing but their underwear.
Another scene that is filled with sexual tension is when the soldiers are in a bar and one of them starts to dance with a woman. The two of them dance together in a passionate embrace and the other soldiers watch in awe. This scene is made even more intense by the fact that the woman is wearing a revealing dress.
The movie also contains a few other sexual moments, such as when one of the soldiers is in a Russian brothel and he is surrounded by scantily clad women. This scene is made even more sexual by the fact that the women are all wearing lingerie.
Overall, Cross of Iron (1977) is a classic war movie that contains some surprisingly sexual moments. While the movie is filled with intense battle scenes, it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments that add to the overall intensity of the movie.
A man is lying in bed, while a woman dresses, we see her nude from, behind.
A woman is taking a bath, we see her breasts.
Several women undress, we see glimpses of their breasts.
A woman is seen topless and is forced to "go down" to give oral sex on a man, mostly off-screen.