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At one point, when Jim was put off by his girlfriend, he visited Jane for sex - and she was forced to submit to him (off-screen).
With pressure from an increasingly-squeamish Jim, however, Walker agreed to "spring our little jailbird." In the basement, Jim promised Jane freedom, and a new dress and dinner, to forgive them for their mistreatment (he called her imprisonment "a game...it's sort of like acting out a movie"). Carl, you're sick." The two engaged in a no-holds-barred fist-fight, falling at one point onto the bed where Jane laid motionless.
She had an upper middle-class upbringing, and grew up spoiled because she was always considered a beautiful "darling."A carefree, hedonistic London Swinging 60s amoral fashion model and playgirl after being discovered on the street by a reporter, the cool, emancipated beauty was married to immature Tony Bridges (Trevor Rowen) - it was a failed marriage (he sought an official divorce in the midst of the many affairs she was having) - during which time she met and fell in love with married, cultured, hard-working television journalist Robert Gold (Dirk Bogarde).
They had a secretive affair and first slept together in a hotel room, when he told her: "It's the first time I've felt real for a long time." He left his wife Estelle (Pauline Yates) and children and moved into a London apartment with her..
Soon after, however, she became pregnant with Robert's child - and then aborted ("I realized it was going to be the ruination of my career, messing up people's lives: you know, mine, Robert's, everybodys") - and told Robert: "I don't want anything to do with sex again as long as I live." She separated from him briefly while recuperating in the country with relatives, and then returned to him, but found herself bored and unfulfilled. " "Maybe I'm prematurely bald." "I've never known a bald girl before." "By the same token, you must be a boy."Known for being creepy and cruel at times, on another occasion, Walker led brunette Kathy (Linda Cochran) down into a dark basement of an abandoned warehouse (a "secret dungeon").
Diana had sex with playboyish Miles in his plush apartment (although appeared to take discomfort in oral sex), and then accompanied him as a jet-setter to Paris for one of his wild decadent parties with his transvestite cross-dressing friends (the participants played a "truth game" - dancing in a circle in the light of a projector, while disrobing). In the back of his convertible parked outside, Marsh made out with busty blonde Ellen again.
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Degraded and abused over a period of time, Jane was imprisoned in the basement, where she was raped, almost starved and beaten.
Producer/director John Lamb's nudist film (with a narrator who extolled the virtues of a naturist lifestyle) was the first to openly show genitalia -- now allowed after a 1957 legal decision in the Supreme Court that ruled such displays of private parts were not in and of themselves obscene. If they seem strange to their contemporaries, they know themselves well enough not to mind in the slightest.
This was an essential linkpin between the non-genital 'nudie-cutie' films of the late 50s, and the hard-core porn films of the 70s. Their custom or way of life, as some like to call it, has proved so enjoyable, has increased their physical and mental health so much, that they are convinced of its rightness and of its ultimate acceptance by the general public." "It is a psychological fact that an interest out of all proportions becomes attached to any part of the body that is perpetually concealed and we react to this with furious curiosity.
Director David Lean's magnificent epic featured one potent, twisted scene in which the womanizing, brutal lawyer Victor Komarovsky (Rod Steiger) commanded beautiful 17 year-old Lara (Julie Christie) to turn around so he could admire her shapely form in a striking red dress he had bought for her to wear ("You've grown up a lot, haven't you? He wished to seduce her to enter into an illicit affair with him as his mistress.
Later, a brutal scene occurred after Victor had met Lara's fiancee, idealistic revolutionary Pasha Antipova (Tom Courtenay) - Victor slapped her and told her: "You are a slut" and violently forced himself on her to dissuade her from marrying Pasha.