Marathon Man (1976)
Marathon Man (1976) is a classic thriller directed by John Schlesinger and starring Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier. The film follows the story of Thomas Levy (Hoffman), a graduate student who is drawn into a dangerous game of cat and mouse with a Nazi war criminal (Olivier).
The film is known for its intense suspense and thrilling action sequences, but it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments. One of the most memorable is the scene in which Thomas and his girlfriend, Elsa (Marthe Keller), make love in a hotel room. The scene is shot in a slow, sensual manner, and the chemistry between the two actors is palpable.
Another memorable sexual moment comes when Thomas is being interrogated by the Nazi war criminal. The scene is intense and uncomfortable, but it also has a sexual undercurrent. Olivier's character is clearly aroused by Thomas' fear and vulnerability, and the scene is charged with a strange, perverse energy.
Overall, Marathon Man (1976) is a classic thriller that contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments. The film's intense suspense and thrilling action sequences are complemented by some surprisingly sensual scenes that add an extra layer of depth to the story.
Post-sex scene with Babe and Elsa. They are laying on the floor, Babe on top of Elsa, Babe is trying to talk her into having sex again. Elsa's breast is exposed on the side, and then he rolls off of her and her breasts are clearly seen full frontal as they talk a little longer.
There is a sex scene with Babe and Elsa; he is shown thrusting on top of her, once he finishes, he rolls over and her breasts are exposed. Very mild and isn't as graphic as it sounds. It only lasts a few seconds and it's very dark and hard to see
Once Babe gets out of a bath, he is shown nude for an extended period of time. Although the only nudity shown is his butt.