1. lustful or lecherous.
2. (of writings, pictures, etc.) obscene; grossly indecent.
1. lewd, wanton, lascivious, libidinous. 2. pornographic.
Given Russell's frantic pacing, performances tend to get lost amid the savagery. Reed carries the film with an admirably restrained portrayal of the doomed priest. Redgrave, on screen only sporadically, is stunning as the salacious sister.
The Jew says all he wants is to be left alone to study his Torah, do a little business, fornicate with his oversexed wife, but it's not true.
Shut up, you fornicator.
the husband of an unfaithful wife
The most striking male performance comes from Eckhart, who gained considerable weight and [de]glamorized his look to play the [cuckolded] hubby.
Then there's Gina Gershon who struggles in the role of the dutiful, supportive girlfriend who's [being] cuckolded,
to adulterate [food]
just the [pure], [un]adulterated expression of an American artist's highly original personality.
a man who obsessively seduces and deceives women
and, of all people, the ageless, orange-hued [lothario] George Hamilton.
Tim encourages Francis to pursue Margie, at one point even sending her a [mash] note and signing his friend's name.
a lascivious or sly look.
I can't concentrate with you leering [at] me.
"strong, heavy ass that looked perfect in blue jeans" comes off a bit [leering],
Uncle George got a black eye for [ogling] a lady in the pub.
Henrik, Egerman's son by a previous marriage, is studying theology, but he is constantly being [ogled] by Petra, the maid.
This round and[ voluptuous] little French miss is put on spectacular display and is rather brazenly [ogled] from every allowable point of view.
to look with the eyes partly closed.
to look or glance obliquely or sidewise; look askance.
He squinted through the [tele]scope.
The baby squinted its eyes at the bright [lights]
Ellen Kuras' DV lensing is often momentarily blinded by [glare], as if [squinting] along with protags not at all sure where they stand.
glance quickly or furtively,
esp. through a small opening or from a concealed location
[Close] your eyes. Don't peek. I've got a surprise for you.
Harron's biopic opens with a [peek] at the innocent raunch of mid-'50s Times Square.