An almost completely topless woman, wearing only pasties over her nipples and a small bikini bottom, dances vigorously directly in front of the camera for several seconds.
This movie deals with how a woman managed to seduce two men (and changed the course of history as a result), and also got pregnant as a result.
Throughout the film, we see several female servants and maids scantily clad showing lots of cleavage and their butts from the side.
We see a woman taking a bath, fully nude, as she talks with a man (he is clothed and not in the bath). We see her breasts. We can partially see her nude body from under the water, including her bare legs and glimpses of her butt, but we do not see her private area.
A woman lies nude on a bed with only a very small towel. We see her butt and her breasts from the side. We see several other scantily clad women in the room with lots of cleavage on their breasts and their buttocks.
A man and a woman are nude in bed after sex. Cleavage, but no nudity.
A woman lies on a couch in a see through top. We see her breasts and her butt from the side
A woman throughout the film wears revealing clothing


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


Note: I watch movies, not history. I write film reviews, not history reviews.

It is also because of the two films Cleopatra and peerless Cleopatra that Cleopatra and French Cleopatra are written together. The former is Cleopatra, and the latter is Mary of the famous Queen of Louis XVI during the French Revolution Anthony. These two women have left many traces in the past history because of political reasons, because the prominent political reasons are the main, and secondly, coupled with their beauty, they have more research value.

Cleopatra: when Cleopatra was a teenager, her father, the old king of Egypt, passed the throne. At the same time, her half brother, who was also her husband, succeeded to the throne (I always think it’s ridiculous how Egypt let her siblings get married!) That is, her eldest brother Ptolemy XIII. When Caesar’s powerful Roman army attacked Egypt, the clever Cleopatra wrapped herself naked in a wool blanket to the famous Caesar the great. The wild Emperor Caesar really liked this way. Caesar was fascinated by this beautiful goblin and indulged in his feelings with her. With the support of the strong Roman Empire, Cleopatra took control of Egypt. She killed her brother and husband. The Egyptian people lived a more stable life. Cleopatra and Caesar had a son. Later, when Caesar died, the Roman Empire sent a handsome general Anthony to deal with the demon who bewitched Caesar. Hearing the news, Cleopatra arranged an ultra luxurious yacht on the Nile and dressed herself up as the charming goddess Venus. Anthony was intoxicated and inevitably fell into Cleopatra’s love. The Egyptian Dynasty found a protective god for itself, and then the rulers of the Roman Empire sent another general Octavian to clean up Anthony who was addicted to demons. This time, Cleopatra’s flirtatious women no longer work. After her lover Anthony died in the war, she had to end her flower like life with a poisonous snake and the 22 years of peace in Egypt brought by her.

“Peerless Cleopatra”: This is another special woman’s story in the cross period of two capitals. Mary When Anthony was 14 years old, her mother, the queen of Austria, married the grandson of French King Louis XV, later Louis XVI, because of political marriage. In fact, Princess Mary’s birth is also quite prominent. Her mother is the queen of Austria and her father is the Holy Roman emperor. When she was still ignorant, she had to act as a pawn in her parents’ political attempts. Louis XVI was a coward with some sexual defects, so Mary fell into a very tedious and boring French court life without any fun. Perhaps the only fun is to hold a luxury feast in the court, and the ladies buy luxury costumes and gamble. Louis XVI connived at Queen Mary’s extravagance because of his own defects, perhaps to make up for it. When the French economy has been in extreme deterioration, the Queen’s actions have undoubtedly deepened the hatred of civilians towards the royal family. They call her “deficit Queen”. Finally, the French Revolution broke out, and Louis XVI and his Queen Mary were sent to the guillotine by the people.

Perhaps, when watching movies, many people will pay special attention to the beauty of the two demon queens and their luxurious and licentious life. In fact, in addition to these, even if the two women have to die in the end, their life values are different. Not only for themselves, but also for their people.

In terms of politics, Cleopatra took the initiative to fight. For her position and the peace of her country, she took out all the beauty and wisdom of women, ruled men and ruled the country. There is no doubt that she is very successful. Her success has won peace and stability for her people and will undoubtedly be respected by future generations.

The queen of France is different. When she was a simple little girl, she was forced to stand in the position of a political chess piece, hoping to consolidate her position by giving birth to children through pregnancy and deepen the friendship between the two peoples at the same time. Unfortunately, the same childish and boring Louis XVI didn’t finally give her a child until a few years later. However, before Louis XVI succeeded to the throne, the French royal regime was already in danger. He personally had no ability to reverse the overall situation, nor could he grasp his own destiny and the fate of his queen. Mary was also known as the “deficit Queen” of luxury and debauchery, and the French people sent them to the guillotine. Although later historians believed that Louis XVI and his queen were not bad in human nature and were not tyrants, his ancestors did not cause the irreparable situation in France, but they had to be killed under the trend of revolution. What do they have left for historical significance? There is probably little left except the cornerstone of capitalism.

In addition to politics, these two women make people sigh. From the perspective of women, what makes people sigh is probably their love. The beautiful Cleopatra got emotional support from two powerful men. Even in Anthony, she got a beautiful love that pleased both sides, and this emotion lasted for many years until she finally died together for the country. From this position, Cleopatra Cleopatra is a happy woman.

The Queen Mary of France, when she didn’t know what love was, entered the tedious and boring court with strict hierarchy. Her husband didn’t know love and didn’t want to respond to love. She was in great loss, but she had to reluctantly maintain the momentum of the queen. Later, she finally fell in love at first sight at a ball. The handsome and romantic Swedish Lieutenant knew the shadow of love in her heart. After a few years, we finally had the opportunity to be together, but it was only a short time of cheating. Thanks to this wonderful day of cheating, it may be the brightest bright spot in Queen Mary’s gloomy life. In fact, when the French Revolution broke out, she could escape, but she chose to face everything with her husband. This woman, although unfortunate, is absolutely brave and very compassionate.

Maybe these two yanempresses have different fates, that is, their children. The son of Cleopatra Caesar the great and later the son of general Anthony were secretly sent away when Octavian attacked Egypt. His whereabouts were unknown. Perhaps he was still alive as a civilian and an ordinary person, while the son of the French queen and her Louis XVI starved to death in prison shortly after their parents were beheaded. It is said that he was only 7 years old when he was in prison and 11 years old when he died. Although these clips are not shown in the film, these records in history are very sad. I remember that in the Ming Dynasty, an emperor strangled his daughter and expected her not to be born in the family of emperors, generals and ministers in her next life. As politically innocent children, their birth is firmly linked to their life destiny.

Cleopatra, later generations have studied whether she is really so beautiful and can fascinate those prominent men. I believe that a woman can’t firmly attract a man for such a long time just by virtue of her beauty, so she must have extraordinary wisdom and courage. Queen Maria, who later analyzed her later performance mainly from her personal growth experience, may have forgiven the woman who made the country heavily in debt. Perhaps it was not her fault. In that period of economic contraction, she enjoyed her life in the wrong way, and her enjoyment, It is also out of an immature compensation for his simple life. The French people have long forgiven her because it is said that she accidentally stepped on the executioner before execution and said to him: sorry, I didn’t mean it.

Women and women are so different behind their life experience, extravagance, glory and humiliation. Maybe if we understand, we will understand.

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