Confessions from a Holiday Camp (1977)
Confessions from a Holiday Camp is a 1977 British comedy film directed by Norman Cohen and starring Robin Askwith, Anthony Booth, and Sheila White. The film follows a group of young adults who spend their summer vacation at a holiday camp. While the film is primarily a comedy, it also contains some surprisingly frank sexual moments.
The film begins with a group of young adults, including the main character, Robin Askwith, arriving at the holiday camp. As they explore the camp, they are met with a variety of sexual innuendos and suggestive behavior. For example, when Robin and his friends enter the camp's swimming pool, they are met with a group of scantily-clad women who are openly flirting with them.
The sexual moments in the film become more explicit as the story progresses. In one scene, Robin and his friends are invited to a party at the camp, where they are encouraged to engage in sexual activities. Later, Robin and his friends are shown engaging in a variety of sexual activities, including oral sex and intercourse.
The sexual moments in Confessions from a Holiday Camp are surprisingly frank for a film released in 1977. While the film is primarily a comedy, it also contains some surprisingly explicit sexual moments. These moments are sure to shock and surprise viewers, and make the film an interesting watch.
Female breasts are shown at different points. Also contains some full-frontal female nudity.
Rear male & female nudity.
Several sex scenes involving the main male character and several different women. Occasional nudity, but not graphic.