Madame Bovary

Directed By: Hans Schott-Schöbinger


Die nackte Bovary (AKA I peccati di Madame Bovary AKA Madame Bovary) is a 1969 German film inspired by Gustave Flaubert’s famous book. Emma Bovary (Edwige Fenech) is bored with her country doctor husband and succumbs to the affections of numerous wealthy suitors.
At the eighteenth minute Edwige Fenech prepares for bed by removing her shirt in front of the mirror revealing her fabulous breasts. A moment later she gets into bed next to a man. She wears a nightgown open in front and we can admire her breasts again. Later, the actress has sex with a man in a barn. In the next scene Edwige is sneaking out of the house, wearing a transparent nightgown that gives us a glimpse of her nipples. The woman runs to another house and when she enters there is a man waiting for her. She takes off her nightgown and we admire Edwige Fenech naked, young and horny. The man appreciates and the two get into bed together. The next morning the actress wakes up and gets out of bed, naked. First we see her breasts, then her ass. Thirteen minutes later, Edwige takes off her dress in front of a man. The actress wears a transparent pink petticoat. She sits on a bed and the man pulls off her stockings. A second later there is Edwige Fenech naked lying on the bed, with the man on top of her. Before the film ends, Edwige Fenech and Patrizia Adiutori delight us with a couple of sexy scenes.

Nude scenes