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See Why This Is My All-Time Favorite Movie Flirting Scenes

The Original Thomas Crown Affair story is about a bored millionaire Thomas Crown, played by the late Steve McQueen, who plans and executes a brilliant bank robbery and to get it done without having to do any of the work himself. Vicki Anderson played by Faye Dunaway, who is an investigator for the bank’s insurance company, takes an interest in Thomas, and the two begin a tantalizing and complex game of cat-and-mouse with scorching romantic undertones. In his attempt to decipher Anderson’s agenda, Crown devices another robbery, emulating the first one, wondering if he can get away with the same crime again.

While the movie plot was only slightly better than mediocre, it did receive two Academy nominations and won an award for a best original song, this provocative chess-game scene between Steve and Fay from the movie and featured in the video below is one of my all-time sexiest movie scenes. The original soundtrack was sung by Noel Harrison but I find this version of “The Windmills of Your Mind” by Neil Diamond, infinitely more complimentary.

Enjoy…

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Written by Andre Hartslief

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Hello, I’m Andre’ Hartslief, Tranquilpen© 2008 “I finally discovered, that man’s whole purpose, is not to do the right things in life or to be good, to be successful or famous. Our entire purpose in life is to express divinity unto everyone and everything. How we do that, is by transforming ourselves completely, from an old state of existence to a new state and if we start removing those limitations piece by piece, It is only, then, that the Creator of heaven and earth, (God), the one who gave us all life, will begin to express himself, unbridled through us.

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    • The seductive teasing between Faye and Steve, their eyes, meeting then stealing swiftly away, the drumming of beautifully sculpted fingernails on gleaming rich dark wood and the subtle stroking of their lips, while the masterful, gravelly voice of Neil Diamond and orchestra builds up to a crescendo, leaves an old romantic like me, quite breathless. Thank you for sharing this indulgence with me.

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