The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976)
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) is a classic crime drama directed by John Cassavetes. The film follows the story of Cosmo Vitelli, a small-time gangster who is forced to commit a murder in order to pay off a debt. The film is known for its intense and gritty portrayal of the criminal underworld, but it also contains some surprisingly steamy moments.
The most memorable of these is the scene between Cosmo and his girlfriend, Rachel. The two share a passionate kiss in a dark alleyway, and the scene is filled with sexual tension. The camera lingers on their faces as they embrace, and the moment is made even more intense by the fact that they are both aware of the danger they are in.
The film also features a number of other steamy moments, including a scene in which Cosmo and Rachel make love in a hotel room. The scene is shot in a very intimate manner, and the camera lingers on their faces as they make love. The scene is both sensual and erotic, and it serves to further highlight the intensity of their relationship.
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie is a classic crime drama, but it also contains some surprisingly steamy moments. The film's intense and gritty portrayal of the criminal underworld is made even more powerful by its steamy scenes, which serve to highlight the intensity of the characters' relationships.
Several scenes set in a strip club that features dancers in sexy costumes, shots of bare breasts and butts, and some risque humor during the acts.
A few sexual references in the film but nothing very graphic.
We see a man and a woman kissing naked in a small indoor pool. There is no visible nudity and the scene is more playful and romantic in nature than sexual.
We see an old man's naked butt briefly as he walks naked through his house(all frontal nudity is obscured by objects).
We see a painting of a woman's bare breast on the side of the strip club. It is visible in a few scenes.
We see a topless woman in a shower briefly.