Nightmare in Badham County (1976)
Nightmare in Badham County (1976) is a classic horror movie that has become a cult classic. The movie follows two young women, played by Cheryl Ladd and Deborah Raffin, who are stranded in a small town in Georgia. The town is run by a corrupt sheriff and his deputies, who are determined to keep the women in their grasp.
The movie is filled with sexual moments that add to the tension and suspense. From the beginning, the women are subjected to the sheriff's leering gaze and inappropriate comments. As the movie progresses, the sheriff and his deputies become increasingly aggressive and violent. The women are subjected to sexual harassment, intimidation, and even rape.
The movie also features a number of scenes that explore the power dynamics between men and women. In one scene, the sheriff forces one of the women to strip in front of him. In another, the sheriff forces the women to perform a sexual act in order to gain his favor.
The movie is a powerful exploration of the dangers of sexual violence and the power dynamics between men and women. It is a reminder of the importance of standing up for yourself and speaking out against sexual harassment and violence. It is also a reminder of the importance of consent and respect in all relationships.
A woman has her dress torn off. We see "everything". A woman undresses (full frontal nudity) and demands that another woman undress (full frontal nudity) to engage in an non-consentual lesbian encounter. A woman is raped, but it is mostly off screen. A large group of women get into a fight and some have their dresses torn off. The woman are then drenched with a fire hose resulting in wet, skin-tight clothes over bra-less breasts.