2 rape scenes. One shows the man as he approaches the woman and pulls her nightgown off. There is a nipple flash in both scenes, but it is for only an instant, and easily overlooked. Both instances are non graphic and mostly imply the rape rather than show it.
A woman leans over the table and cleavage is visible.
It is implied that a man rapes a woman. He is seen for a split second removing her nightgown, but there is no nudity and the scene cuts away before anything else happens. In a later flashback to this same scene, the rape takes place but again- no nudity.
A man approaches a door and listens to a man and a woman giggling and moaning implying they are having sex. The man then walks in and we see a woman holding her breasts, and nothing is shown.


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


The West in this film is no longer a wild west. Modern scientific and technological forces have brought the trains in all directions into the wild land of that year, and also made the modern social system take root here. For example, the legal system. If you can’t keep up with the trend of the times, you have to be eliminated by the times, For example, the old man who refused to give way to the railway. So Colonel Mortimer changed his military uniform and became a bounty hunter, because this is no longer the lawless West and no longer needs the strong force of the army. What about Monco? They may have long felt the pulse of the times and become bounty hunters. They may only earn bounties subjectively, but objectively become the spokesman of the law in the local area

Gian does all kinds of evil. He kills even children and women. What about the other two? When Mortimer hunted down the wanted man, he even apologized to the frightened woman. What about Monco? He could have killed the wanted man unexpectedly, but after the other party came to help, he killed his opponent face to face. The boundary between “good Cowboy” and “bad Cowboy” was so clear at the beginning. There is another detail in the film that can better illustrate the problem. Gian let Monco (actually undercover) walk alone into a village that they thought was very dangerous, (gian must have washed the village with blood). After a thrill, Monco walked into a bar in the village safely, which surprised the guys and made gian sure that the other party was a bounty hunter, because they knew they were not “good people” and the other party was too like “good people”

There are many wonderful scenes in the film. I like this one best. A Chinese waiter walked into Mortimer’s room and helped Mortimer pack all his luggage and take it outside the door. (I think all the audience must be as strange as Mortimer at this time. What’s the matter?) When I got to the door, I knew that Monco helped him move without his consent! What a burst of Sergio Leone’s unique sense of humor! After that, they started the match by stepping on each other’s shoes. It’s really like what the child watching said. It’s a child’s trick! In fact, all men are children After that, the scene of shooting each other’s hats was even more wonderful! Cool!

The ending of the film is really unexpected and wonderful. Gian, who had the upper hand, killed himself and his men because of his excessive greed. “Greed” is indeed a sin. Mortimer avenged his sister (gian is his enemy). He realized his wish and felt that there was nothing to miss here, He left all his booty (the corpse and the money in the safe) to Monco and rode away. Monco was young and proud, and galloped with a pile of corpses on the way to collect the reward

May they all go well together

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