A Bigger Splash (1973) is a documentary about David Hockney, the English artist, which adds another dimension to his famous Californian pool painting of the same title. The movie abstractly tells the story of his breakup with muse and lover Peter Schlesinger, who is seen as intimately as Hockney once viewed him: full-frontal nudity, penis and balls and pubes, not to mention nude in the pool for a skinny dip and sunbathing au natural, too. Not to be outdone, Hockney shows off his flesh brush while showering. Schlesinger ups the ante in a scene that was banned in many countries when the film was first released. That scene shows him having real sex on screen with another guy. What a splash!