Emmanuelle Seigner and Kristin Scott Thomas doing a sexy dance together at a party and then spinning around as they give each other a long lesbian kiss. Emmanuelle Seigner having a guy take her dress to go topless as we see a close-up of her nipple while he caresses it before they begin to kiss. Emmanuelle Seigner sitting up nude in bed, her breasts visible above the sheet. We then seeing her standing completely naked in front of a window as a guy looks on. Emmanuelle Seigner flashing her bush a few times while doing a sexy dance in a white dress that falls down to reveal her breasts.
FILM; Roman Polanski Analyzes Sexual Chemistry
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For a film that shows love being twisted in all directions by passion, boredom, perversion, hate and revenge, the scene being directed by Roman Polanski at the Billancourt Studio here one recent morning seemed awfully timid. Taking place in the ballroom of a cruise ship, the most exciting moment came when the entire set began rolling noisily to create the impression of an ocean liner on the waves. Any grabbing that took place was simply to maintain balance. Yet even the briefest peep at "Bitter Moon," Mr. Polanski's 13th movie, made it clear that the year-old Polish-born director is once again using psychological tension in extremis as raw material. It is a subject he knows from his own turbulent life, and one that has served him well in his most acclaimed films, from "Knife in the Water" and "Repulsion" to "Cul-de-Sac" and "Chinatown"
The film's French title is Lunes de fiel a pun on the French phrase "lune de miel", meaning " honeymoon ". The score was composed by Vangelis. They encounter a beautiful French woman, Mimi, and that night Nigel meets her while dancing alone in the ship's bar. Later Nigel meets her much older and disabled American husband Oscar, who is acerbic and cynical, having been jaded and a failure as a writer. Oscar invites Nigel to his cabin where he tells Nigel in great detail how he and Mimi first met on a bus in Paris and fell passionately in love.
And not terribly enjoyable lunacy either. The film plays like a dirty joke that somehow got lost in the translation. Polanski, with his screenwriters Gerard Brach and John Brownjohn, must have figured that an obsessive sadomasochistic love triangle or is it a love parallelogram? They try for a rollicking, aghast tone to mimic the daffy mood-swings of sexual compulsion. Nigel, a yawn Eurobond trader, is drawn to this messy-mouthed bundle of curves in spite of himself.