Black Sunday (1977)
Black Sunday (1977) is a horror film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Robert Shaw and Marthe Keller. The movie tells the story of a terrorist group led by a mysterious figure known as "The Black Sunday". The group plans to use an ancient curse to unleash a deadly plague on the world.
The film contains several sexual moments that add to the tension and suspense. One of the most memorable scenes is when the terrorist leader, played by Robert Shaw, seduces a young woman in a hotel room. The scene is shot in a very suggestive way, with Shaw's character using his power and charisma to manipulate the woman.
Another memorable sexual moment occurs when the terrorist group's female leader, played by Marthe Keller, seduces a man in a nightclub. The scene is shot in a very sensual way, with Keller's character using her sexuality to manipulate the man.
Finally, there is a scene in which the terrorist group's leader, played by Robert Shaw, is seen making love to a woman in a graveyard. This scene is shot in a very dark and eerie way, adding to the horror of the film.
Overall, Black Sunday (1977) contains several sexual moments that add to the tension and suspense of the film. These moments are shot in a very suggestive and sensual way, making them even more powerful.
A woman is supposed to be nude but she barely shows a little of her shoulders.
A woman is in the shower but the film only shows her face.
A woman starts to undress, she is in a dress-slip.
No Nudity and No Sex. One reference when a man says "there's nothing wrong with my "d" now.