She was ritualistically undressed and placed fully naked on a bed as a detached narrator in voice-over spoke: "In Mam's bedroom, Grace recalled Flora's worrying intimate little details.
Sexual intercourse amongst the munsie was determined by ancient traditions.
At the time, he was reading the great Russian novelist's best-known work Crime and Punishment and The Cambridge Companion to Dostoevsky.
The narration was presented with a side view of a tennis net and the freeze-frame shot of a tennis ball suspended in space over the net - poised to fall on one side or the other:"The man who said, 'I'd rather be lucky than good,' saw deeply into life.
Now actually in the situation she had dreamed of, it was all more bizarre than erotic.
Anyway, Grace decided to hang on to this opinion."As the grunting and thrusting continued, Grace's mouth appeared wide-open as the handkerchief was displaced from her face.
All of a sudden, she screamed: "No" as the camera dramatically pulled back from a side-view of the bed.
This was famed writer/director Woody Allen's first R-rated dramatic-erotic thriller, and his first film set and shot in England.
The coming-of-age tale by director Luca Guadagnino (and produced by actress Francesca Neri) was based upon the frank, scandalous best-selling teen memoirs book 100 Strokes of the Brush Before Bed by Melissa Panarello.
Although he was about to marry into the wealthy Hewett family, he was smitten with Nola, who summarized to him her relationship to Tom: "I was overwhelmed with attention." She warned him: The first steamy, clandestine tryst between Nola and Chris occurred shortly after another of Nola's failed auditions.
They both met up in a wheat-field near the Hewlett country estate during a rainstorm.
The main star was Alice Braga (niece of famed 70s Brazilian actress Sonia Braga, appearing in her first major screen role, before appearing in the blockbuster I Am Legend (2007) opposite Will Smith), as: Karinna was part of an erotic, doomed love-triangle threesome - often compared to a Brazilian version of Jules et Jim.
She split the bonds between the two "brothers" with sexual tension, jealousy, taking advantage of their deteriorating relationship since childhood, and betrayal.