14 Steamiest Incestuous Relationships In Film Films
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14 Steamiest Incestuous Relationships In Film

The Swiss senate is considering a repeal of their incest laws. Which leads to the thought, "what incestuous relationships in film would become legal in Switzerland if this were to pass?" These aren't necessarily movies about incest, but movies where incest has come up in one of the relationships depicted in the movie. Currently the practice of incest is banned in almost all civilized countries, with punishments in some being worse than others. Though some cultures encourage the practice among cousins, the societal norm is blood relation means no invitation... for the making of the sex, that is (I apologize ahead of time).

Now, while these aren't incest movies, they do happen to have overtly incestuous themes. Sometimes the incest is played out like a joke, but most of the time it is in an uncomfortable way. Whether it was for revenge, love or just because they were ignorant of their connections, the incest in these movies is usually hotter than it should be.

FYI this site also has a list of books about incest.
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    Back to the F*ture is one of the greatest science fiction films of all time, but it's all really a cover for making a movie about a mother having the wrong kind of feelings for her son.
    Marty McFly inadvertently goes back to 1955 and prevents his parents from meeting, at which point his mother becomes infatuated with him. Not only does she come on to her son, but they even go "parking" during the "Enchantment Under the Sea" dance.
    Oddly (and very creepily) a segment of the internet populace has made videos in support of the relationship. Weird.
    Back to the F*ture trivia: When Robert Zemeckis was trying to sell the idea of this film, one of the companies he approached was Disney, who turned it down because they thought that the story of a mother falling in love with her son (albeit by a twist of time travel) was too risqué for a film under their banner. In fact, Disney was the only company to think the first was risqué. All other companies said that the film was not risqué enough, compared to other teen comedies at the time (e.g. Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Revenge of the Nerds, etc).
    The video features a collection of the Marty and Lorraine scenes that ask, "What would you do?"

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