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Cult Kisses: 10 of the most suggestive kisses appeared on the big screen

From the kiss in the rain between Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in "The notebook" to the tormented passion between Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in "Brokeback Mountain"

Cult Kisses: 10 of the most suggestive kisses appeared on the big screen From the kiss in the rain between Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in The notebook to the tormented passion between Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in Brokeback Mountain


Bum, bum.


Bum, bum.

The heart beats more and more, the butterflies in the stomach shake their wings wildly, the hands sweat, the thoughts in the head explode until one's lips rest on that of the other and ... everything makes sense.

It can be erotic, romantic, funny, awkward, angry, embarrassing, delicate, hot, touched, ...

In the real world as in the movies.

From the very long (for the time, 1946) "pink apostrophe between the words I love you" between Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in "Notorious" to the tormented and passionate one between Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in Brokeback Mountain, passing through the one in the rain between Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in The Notebook, everyone has something special.

One of the last polls made has decreed the kiss between Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in Titanic the best in the history of cinema, which one would you have chosen?

nss suggests 10 of them.


Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)


Audrey Hepburn.

George Peppard (aka Col. John "Hannibal" Smith of "A-Team") handsome as a young Brad Pitt.

The rain.

No words, just the music of "Moon River" in the background.

An iconic kiss.


Before Sunrise (1995)


One of the most iconic and romantic movies of the '90s, a generational cult.

Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy are Jesse and Celine, two young people who meet by chance on a train and decide to spend a night together with the tours around Vienna.

Their first kiss is on the Wiener Riesenrad, one of the largest panoramic wheels in the world.

We recommend to watch the entire "Before trilogy": "Before Sunrise" (1995), Before Sunset (2004), Before Midnight (2013).


Romeo + Juliet (1996)


The most famous pair of lovers in the world, in the most iconic films that has ever been dedicated to them.

Baz Luhrmann reworks the story of Shakespeare in a postmodern key, creating a visual masterpiece around the two protagonists played by Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Their kiss in the elevator, she dressed as an angel and he knight, is in film history.

Fun fact: the two stars did not get along very well on the set.

Apparently Danes accused of immaturity and Leo DiCaprio replied that the partner was strung tight as a violin.


Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain (2001)


Delicate, shy, poetic, playful.

The exchange of kisses between Poulian Amelie and Nino Quincampoix is so.

A small and sweet jewel.

Like the movie.


Spider-Man (2002)


If every movie franchise needs an iconic scene, Spider-Man this is surely the kiss between Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst.

Spider-Man saves the life of Mary Jane, hunted by some thugs, and disappears soon after.

The girl desperately looks for the guy to thank him, and a few moments later, in torrential rain, finds him hanging upside down. She moves the mask away from his face, leaving his mouth uncovered and kisses him.

The kiss symbol of the 2000s.


The Notebook (2004)


Ok. You can also turn up their noses, stigmatize this film as sappy, stuff for girls who dream unreal love affairs, but the truth is that "The Notebook" is something special.

The credit is due to the director Nick Cassavetes, to the love of a lifetime, despite the many adversities, between Noah Calhoun and Allie Hamilton or to the alchemy between Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling, really in love at the time of shooting.

Actors passion collides with that of their characters and explodes in a powerful and memorable kiss in the rain.

"It wasn’t over ... and it still isn’t over.”


Brokeback Mountain (2005)


The burning and tormented passion between the two cowboys Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal) entered the history of cinema.

So their kisses, the first in the tent, and, above all, the urgent, hungry one for their re-encounter, under the gaze of Alma (Michelle Williams), the wife of Ennis.


Drive (2011)


A beautiful film.

An impossible love story.

Irene (Carey Mulligan) and driver (Ryan Gosling) share, for the first and only time, a moment of passion in the elevator before their paths divide forever.


La Vie d'Adèle (2013)


The visceral and tormented love story between Adele (Adele Exarchopoulos) and the girl with blue hair (Lea Seydoux) told by the overwhelming initial passion to its end.

An exasperating emotional journey on first love and self-discovery.

When a kiss on the cheek tells more than long minutes of sex scenes.


Call me by your name (2018)

A touching story of love between a young seventeen-year-old and his father's university assistant, set in the countryside of Northern Italy in the 80s. Touching and overwhelming, Call me with by your name is the story of a first and the last love that has enchanted, in a very short time, public and critical.