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Full nudity and explicit sex scenes in certain movies are sometimes nice, but it gets boring and dull rather quickly -- you get only visual stimulation therefore your brain doesn't work much. It's much more exciting to watch well done erotic movies or just scenes in non-erotic movies, where there is a lot of eroticism and sexual content suggestion. Those scenes are much more exciting, as they allow you to use your imagination and create something much more powerful and exciting.

I'm trying to compile a list of those movies here for everybody to enjoy. If you know of a good erotic movie that is not on this list, please email the suggestion to me. Thank you.

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
-- Sexual jolts disrupt Manhattan physician Bill Harford's equilibrium. At an elegant Christmas party, two "models" hit on him, he watches a Lothario try to pick up his tipsy wife, he aids a woman sprawled naked in a bathroom after an overdose. The next night, his wife reveals sexual fantasies with a stranger; a dead patient's daughter throws herself at him; as he walks, brooding, six teen boys hurl homophobic insults at him; a streetwalker takes him to her flat; he interrupts men having a sex party with a girl barely in her teens. His odyssey, which next takes him into a world of wealthy sex play at a masked ball of hedonism, threatens his life, his self-respect, and his marriage.
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Cast: Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman

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Intimité (Intimacy) (2001)
-- Jay, a failed musician, walked out of his family and now earns a living as head bartender in a trendy London pub. Every Wednesday afternoon a woman comes to his house for graphic, almost wordless, sex. One day Jay follows her and finds out about the rest of her life (and that her name is Claire). This eventually disrupts their relationship.
Director: Patrice Chéreau
Cast: Mark Rylance, Kerry Fox and Susannah Harker


Nine and a half Weeks (1986)
-- An erotic story about a woman, the assistant of an art gallery, who gets into an impersonal affaire with a man. She barely knows about his life, only about the sex games they play, so the relationship begins to complicate.
Director: Adrian Lyne.
Cast: Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger.


Y tu mamá también (And Your Mother Too) (2001)
-- Abandoned by their girlfriends for the summer, teenagers Tenoch and Julio meet the older Luisa at a wedding. Trying to be impressive, the friends tell Luisa they are headed on a road trip to a beautiful, secret beach called Boca del Cielo. Intrigued with their story and desperate to escape, Luisa asks if she can join them on their trip. Soon the three are headed out of Mexico City, making their way toward the fictional destination. Along the way, seduction, argument and the contrast of the trio against the harsh realities of the surrounding poverty ensue.
Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Cast: Ana López Mercado, Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal


Henry & June (1990)
-- In 1931 Paris, Anais Nin meets Henry Miller and his wife June. Intrigued by them both, she begins expanding her sexual horizons with her husband Hugo as well as with Henry and others. Ju ne shuttles between Paris and New York trying to find acting jobs while Henry works on his first major work, "Tropic of Cancer," a pseudo-biography of June. Anais and Hugo help finance the book, but Ju ne is displeased with Henry's portrayal of her, and Anais and Henry have many arguments about their styles of writing on a backdrop of a Bohemian lifestyle in Paris.
Director: Philip Kaufman
Cast: Fred Ward, Uma Thurman and Maria de Medeiros


Angels and Insects (1995)
-- The movie is a study of an aristocratic family in the Victorian England. William Adamson, a young scientist, is introduced into the aristocratic family Alabaster by reverend Alabaster who is also fascinated by insects. William marries the older daughter of the family and studies the amounts of insects in the garden of the villa. His - for the aristocrats - strange behaviours reveal at the same time their own failures and passions.
Director: Philip Haas
Cast: Mark Rylance, Kristin Scott Thomas and Patsy Kensit


The Pillow Book (1996)
-- As a young girl in Japan, Nagiko's father paints characters on her face, and her aunt reads to her from "The Pillow Book", the diary of a 10th-century lady-in-waiting. Nagiko grows up, obsessed with books, papers, and writing on bodies, and her sexual odyssey (and the creation of her own Pillow Book) is a "parfait mélange" of classical Japanese, modern Chinese, and Western film images.
Director: Peter Greenaway
Cast: Vivian Wu, Yoshi Oida and Ken Ogata


Confidences trop intimes (Intimate Strangers) (2004)
-- Because she picked the wrong door, Anna ends up confessing her marriage problems to a financial adviser named William Faber. Touched by her distress, somewhat excited as well, Faber does not have the courage to tell her that he is not a psychiatrist. From appointment to appointment, a strange ritual is created between them. William is moved by the young woman and fascinated to hear the secrets that no man ever heard...
Director: Patrice Leconte
Cast: Sandrine Bonnaire and Fabrice Luchini


Les Innocents (The Dreamers) (2003)
-- The tumultuous political landscape of Paris in 1968 serves as the backdrop for a tale about three young cineastes who are drawn together through their passion for film. Matthew, an American exchange student, pursuing his education abroad in Paris, becomes friends with a French brother and sister duo, named Theo and Isabelle, who share a common love of the cinema. While the May 1968 Paris student riots--which eventually shut down most of the French government--are happening around them, the three friends develop a relationship unlike anything Matthew has ever experienced, or will ever encounter again.
Director: Bernardo Bertolucci
Cast: Michael Pitt, Eva Green and Louis Garrel


Secretary (2002)
-- Lee Holloway is a smart, quirky woman in her twenties who returns to her hometown in Florida after a brief stay in a mental hospital. In search of relief from herself and her oppressive childhood environment, she starts to date a nerdy friend from high school and takes a job as a secretary in a local law firm, soon developing an obsessive crush on her older boss, Mr. Grey. Through their increasingly bizarre relationship, Lee follows her deepest longings to the heights of masochism and finally to a place of self-affirmation
Director: Steven Shainberg
Cast: James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhaal


Wild Orchid (1990)
-- Emily, a raw recruit to a law firm is sent to Brazil with Claudia to help finalise a real estate deal. Emily is innocent and vulnerable, and when she's left in Rio with Wheeler, a milionaire with an unusual outlook on life, Emily is shocked and intrigued by the sex antics to which she is exposed.
Director: Zalman King
Cast: Mickey Rourke and Jacqueline Bisset


Ultimo tango a Parigi (Last Tango in Paris) (1972)
-- While looking for an apartment, Jeanne, a beautiful young Parisienne, encounters Paul, a mysterious American expatriate mourning his wife's recent suicide. Instantly drawn to each other, they have a stormy, passionate affair, in which they do not reveal their names to each other. Their relationship deeply affects their lives, as Paul struggles with his wife's death and Jeanne prepares to marry her fiance, Tom, a film director making a cinema-verite documentary about her.
Director: Bernardo Bertolucci
Cast: Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider


Shortbus (2006)
-- Brilliant directing and writing by John Cameron Mitchell (he gave us "Hedwig"), and great acting from everyone, especially Justin Bond, Lindsay Beamish, Paul Dawson and PJ Deboy. Great musical numbers too! You'll laugh and cry, and come away wanting to see it again immediately. Much has been made of a few rather intimate and well-lit sex scenes, but if anyone over 16 can't handle them, he or she shouldn't be out at night. It's all ultimately wondrous, and one of the great revelations of the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, where the audiences tend to be snotty and conspicuously unimpressed--but the screening of this movie was followed by parades and parties in the streets, with people carrying the stars on their shoulders, like they used to do with Verdi on opening nights in Milan. Lynne Cheney, sly pornographer that she is, will be eating her heart out that someone has gotten at last to the real g-spot of the cosmos, and it wasn't she what did it. Love may be grim at times, kind of like Kansas, but Mitchell turns it into technicolor. Just like magic.
Director: John Cameron Mitchell
Cast: Raphael Barker and Lindsay Beamish


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