The King of Siam has several wives and lots and lots of children.
There is a very sensual scene where as the king and Anna are about to dance she slowly walks towards her and places his hand around her waist and pulls her closer to him. She is wearing a sleeveless dress and submits to him with her hands behind her back.
Several women lift their gowns as they flee from a room and unintentionally flash the English ambassadors (it is implied earlier that they aren’t wearing proper undergarments), but no nudity is seen.


Although no sex is ever shown, it is strongly implied that Tuptim and Lun Tha are secret lovers.


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


Oscar winning actor uberner was so handsome that I was moved to cry when I saw his dance with Deborah at the end of the film.

The king must die. What’s the use of such a kind king living in reality?

His country is facing western aggression. Even if he works hard, he can’t resist the strong ships and guns of those robbers;

He longed for Anna’s love, but his different values from Anna doomed them to be impossible to get together

What’s more, the original script was originally written by a fake British female teacher based on her experience of mixing water – the so-called romantic love fairy tale doesn’t exist at all.

But I’m still intoxicated with this film. Even if I know it’s fake, I’m deeply moved by the king’s kindness and innocence like a big child… I like the music in the film, Uncle Tom’s cabin adapted into oriental dance, that funny bee poem, and the king’s stiff but gentle saying to Anna, “shall we dance”

In reality, they never danced together.

But they dance in the ideal of all the audience.

There is no race, no aggression, no oppression, no differences… There, they love each other, and we really believe it.

Shall we dance?

Shall we dance?

Shall we dance……

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