The weirdest kisses in the history of sci-fi movies

Some sci-fi kisses have the power to transcend decades, which is very similar to this moment from Jeannot Szwarc’s “Somewhere in Time.” In the film, playwright Richard Collier (Christopher Reeve) travels back to 1912 to meet stage actress Elise McKenna (Jane Seymour). After walking around the grounds of the Grand Hotel, Richard escorted Elise back to her room, asking if he could spend a little more time with her. Though hesitant at first, Elise lets him in, increasing the already obvious tension between them. As Richard slowly made his way to Elise, it became clear that their “conversation” wouldn’t need any words.

Although it may sound strange, the beauty of this kiss is due to the delicate choice of the actors. Seymour brings to Elise this multidimensional element, making the character seem to never know what true love feels like. Likewise, Reeve beautifully embodies Richard’s intense love for Elise, making it seem like he’s been waiting all his life to kiss someone with the same passion and tenderness. While the scene is odd if you think too much about the time travel elements of the couple’s relationship, it’s hard to ignore its beauty. The weirdest kisses in the history of sci-fi movies

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