A nake woman is dragged by a man her body is covered except for a brief shot of the side of her breast. Later in the scene her cover falls off her chest, nothing is shown and the man shortly looks away.


Mild dialogue. A woman asks if her abduction and imprisonment is “for sex?”.


She later requests that if the man is going to have his way with her not to do it in a mean way or use force.
A woman is shown in bra and panties as she prepares to take a bath. In the tub she is shown from the shoulders up in the front and briefly from the hips up in a view from the back.


A man lies next to an unconscious woman and holds and embraces her.
Nudity suggested in another scene that shows the woman’s bare back above the waist. She pulls down her nightgown and invites a man to look at her, then lying backing on a couch, invites him to kiss her. The begin making out. Nudity implyed throughout.


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


If you read Fu Aosi’s original work first and then watch the film, to be fair, the adaptation is not perfect. The film only takes out the external plot, and the film can not fully present the internal mental process of the two protagonists (the film only starts from the actor’s point of view), which is the reason why Fu Aosi’s original work is so wonderful; But the film also has the suspense and horror that the original book lacks. If you haven’t read the book, you will be deeply attracted by the atmosphere created by William Wheeler and keep your eyes on the last.

In a word, the collector’s novels and films have complementary effects and are recommended for everyone to enjoy.

The performance of the two actors was excellent, especially the hero Terence stamp, which was really impressive. It was one of the icons that swayed Britain in the 1960s. This film is a rare heterochromatic work by William Wheeler. Although it didn’t win any important awards at the Oscars, it rarely includes the film winners and actresses of the current Cannes Film Festival.

(Note: many people rated it as “forbidden room to cultivate desire”, which is very strange and will mislead people into thinking that it is a abnormal Japanese AV film! This 1965 old film is described by “forbidden room to cultivate desire”. It is more appropriate to say that it is a video of “discussing the despair and fear of being unable to communicate between people”, although……… There are many words! The above is purely personal.)

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