A Matter of Time (1976)
A Matter of Time is a 1976 romantic comedy-drama film directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring Liza Minnelli and Ingrid Bergman. The film follows the story of a young Italian woman, Maria (Minnelli), who is hired as a maid for a famous opera singer, Contessa Sanziani (Bergman). As the two women become close, they explore the complexities of their relationship, including the sexual tension between them.
The film features several memorable and romantic moments between Maria and the Contessa. One of the most memorable scenes is when the Contessa invites Maria to her bedroom and they share a passionate kiss. This moment is both romantic and sensual, and it serves as a reminder of the strong connection between the two women.
Another memorable moment is when the Contessa takes Maria to a romantic dinner at a restaurant. During the dinner, the Contessa tells Maria that she loves her and the two share a passionate kiss. This moment is both romantic and sensual, and it serves as a reminder of the strong connection between the two women.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments between the two women. These moments are often subtle and understated, but they are still powerful and meaningful. For example, when the Contessa is giving Maria a massage, the two share a moment of intimacy and tenderness.
Overall, A Matter of Time is a beautiful and romantic film that features several memorable and sensual moments between Maria and the Contessa. These moments are both romantic and sensual, and they serve as a reminder of the strong connection between the two women.
A woman undresses in a hotel room in order to change clothes. Nudity includes her bare back and a glimpse of her breast from the side.
As a maid enters a room to clean it, a man launches her onto the bed, Landing on top, he fondles her breasts and talks as if he is about to commit rape when he halts and it becomes obvious he's actually rehearsing a rape scene he wants to write for film. No nudity. But in fact, the scene he's trying to write is mentioned several times during the course of the movie.