The sex scene No sex here, just a tricky situation: Colbert and Gable are forced to spend the night together in a hotel room pretending to be husband and wife when their bus breaks down.
Why is it so groundbreaking? They're clutching the bed posts, scratching each other's backs, and just generally losing control, and it's just as hot now as it was more than 25 years ago.
She then she frames the extra-stiff stiff for kidnapping and sexual assault.
And the fact that Séverine is not punished for her double life, puts Buñuel on the side of feminism.
Mayer from signing up the starlet, renaming her Hedy Lamarr and launching a new Hollywood goddess.
Why is it so groundbreaking? Why is it so groundbreaking? The splashy floundering that ensues is a high-point of ridiculously unreasonable expectations.