A man and woman are seen in bed together after having sex. The woman gets up and we could see her side breast for a couple seconds (partial breast nudity is shown in the scene). However, the nudity is brief and doesn’t last long.
A man and woman start to kiss passionately; moments later they are seen lying in bed naked, sex is heavily implied.
We could briefly see a dead man’s frontal nudity in a hospital morgue; a brief glimpse of lower nudity is visible in the scene.
Photographs of a man and woman having sex. No specific nudity. They are clothed except for their thighs/side buttocks.
A man’s buttocks are briefly shown as he puts on pants.
A woman references incest in one scene, nothing is explicitly described.
A man makes a sexual joke in one scene (the word “screw” is used repeatedly)
Some sexual discussion occurs in the film, usually in the form of jokes and references.

A woman confesses to a man that she had a incestuous relationship with her father, the man then asks if he raped her, and she denies it. This is not shown, only discussed. It also remains uncertain if she did it out of free will or was coerced into the act.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


The film is about the struggle between a small man and a big Conspiracy: a private detective is involved in a conspiracy about the fate of the city. He wants to uphold justice, but finally loses all his gambling money. He not only doesn’t get justice for himself, but also loses his woman.

The famous 1974 film was directed by the more famous director Polanski, and the exquisite script was written by Hollywood gold medal screenwriter Robert Donald. Polanski participated in the modification and made a dark rewriting of the film in line with his personal style. At the end of the film, the hero’s heart wrenching loss of his lover in Chinatown at night depended on Polanski’s opinion, The original script came to a happy ending. For Polanski’s change, film history mostly believes that it is related to his ill fated experience at that time. This film is Polanski’s return after five years away from Hollywood in the United States. Five years ago, he directed the famous horror film Rosemary’s baby for Paramount company, which was a great success. The dark and terrible atmosphere in the film shocked the public greatly. A cult organization identified itself as the “devil family” in the film and attempted to retaliate against Polanski, In 1970, he broke into Polanski’s house, killed his 8-month-pregnant wife by caesarean section and took out the baby. At the same time, four of his friends were killed. Polanski happened to be preparing for filming in a different place and survived. However, this bloody massacre shocked Polanski greatly. The loss of his beloved wife made him almost unable to continue his work. He chose to leave the United States and return to Europe, It was not until 1974 that he returned to the United States to direct this Chinatown film. This masterpiece, shrouded in a heavy gloomy and fatalistic color, won many Oscar nominations that year, including best director, best original script, best actor, best actress, best soundtrack and other important awards. But in the end, only Robert Donald won the deserved best original screenplay, and other awards failed one by one, because he was competing with another blockbuster, godfather II of Coppola. Just like countless talents and masterpieces that have not achieved anything in Vanity Fair, although they have not won the coronation of Oscar, Chinatown has become a handed down work by film fans because of its shocking artistic charm.

The greatness of the film is first attributed to the exquisitely constructed script like a Seiko watch. It is worth noting that the script written by Robert Donald is not fabricated out of thin air, but comes from the real incident in Los Angeles in the early 20th century – the rape of Evans valley. The thing is, the feng shui of Los Angeles is too bad. I chose a place lacking fresh water to build the city, so I am often threatened by drought. Some smart politicians and powerful figures in the city have found a way to make money. First: they fell in love with a dry land not far from Los Angeles. Then, through lobbyists, they persuaded the citizens of Los Angeles to buy the land, build a dam to lead the rivers of Evans valley with abundant water in the distance to the land, and then expand the city of Los Angeles there. In order to let the citizens of Los Angeles pass the bonds issued to build the dam, these unscrupulous nobles colluded with the water conservancy bureau to secretly pour a large amount of fresh water into the sea in the year of drought, aggravating the plight of water shortage in the city. With their crafty planning, the dam was finally built and Los Angeles got water, but the Evans Valley dried up. Later generations called it “raping Evans Valley” and accused unscrupulous dignitaries of ruthlessly fooling and plundering the people.

In addition to moving the time of the story to the 1940s, other historical facts in Robert Donald’s script remain basically unchanged. Events such as dry Los Angeles, dumping fresh water and issuing bonds are shown one by one in the film. In fact, it is very difficult to “translate” such a complex historical picture into film narration, so the playwright accurately selects a very small entry point – taking a private detective’s investigation of extramarital affairs as a clue. Among them, the man involved in an extramarital affair is a senior engineer of the Water Conservancy Bureau, who is directly involved in the dark, so the investigation process is more and more bizarre, and more and more people and dark scenes are involved. After we go through the whole investigation process with detective kitty on the camera, the whole complex event will come out in front of us.

The subtlety of the script is also reflected in that almost every shot and every detail is not redundant, and there are implied meanings, which has become the foreshadowing of the later plot. One of the lines most praised by Hollywood gold medal screenwriter Sie field appeared at the beginning of the film: this scene is about his client, poor fisherman clay, crying and yelling after seeing the pornographic photos of his wife stealing a man secretly taken by kitty in the office of detective Kitty: “I’m going to kill her!” Kitty pushed him out and scolded him, “if you want to kill without being punished, you have to be very rich. Do you have so much money?” Then the receptionist told Kitty that a woman came to you for help. So Kitty turned into another office and began the first key plot. In the previous plot of Kitty and the fisherman, Kitty’s line: “if you want to kill without being punished, you have to be very rich. Do you have so much money?” In fact, it has become the highlight of the film, because at the end of the film, the evil dignitaries are indeed full of evil without any punishment. In the perspective of shengla at the end, the dark Chinatown is full of pieces of paper, Kitty is defeated, and the bad guys take away his granddaughter / daughter. This dark ending and Kitty’s lines form a ring structure, which shows the playwright’s ability to control the script. Although the paper is thousands of miles apart, there is still a gray snake grass line connection. As for the delicate layout, such as the glasses in the pool, the salt water left in the lungs of the bodies drowned in the Danshui River, and the tuna flag in the villain kuros’s house, it is needless to say that it promotes and takes care of the following plot.

What’s more, the beauty of the script is not only the wonderful plot, but also the characters full of three-dimensional sense. It is said that Hollywood has stars first and then scripts. It means that each script is written for a specific star, and the playwright has decided on the role before writing. Otherwise, how can you explain why Jack Nicholson plays so fierce and so similar in every film? Jack Nicholson’s tongue twistered name may be a little strange, but as long as we tell you that he is the rebellious Mr. in flying over the madhouse, I think his popularity in the Chinese audience has doubled. This fierce and talented actor has a pair of naturally bent hanging eyebrows. Pay attention to it.

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