An American professional gambler named Jack Weil decides to visit Havana, Cuba to gamble. On the boat to Havana, he meets Roberta Duran, the wife of a revolutionary, Arturo. Shortly after their arrival, Arturo is taken away by the secret police, and Roberta is captured and tortured. Jack frees her, but she continues to support the revolution.
Topless female nudity shown in a poker strip club, but pasties cover the nipples. In a hall, there is a row of large topless female sculptures hanging on the wall.
There is no male nudity in the film to balance all of the female nudity, although one has to argue Robert Redford's torso was worth it.
Man and woman go to an apartment and spend some days alone together, naked in bed making love and enjoying each other's company. He also sits next to the bathtub and bathes her. Nudity includes only his bare chest.
A man and two women enter a darkened apartment. They undress and have threesome sex. He is seen to lift a woman in his arms as he's kissing her. The three are then shown in bed, having sex and waking up the next morning naked. Nudity includes hairy-chested male and glimpse of a bare breast.
Derogatory terms are used to refer to women as sex objects. Prostitute on the street approaches a slow moving vehicle and offers the man a "blowjob." Females stand in lit windows scantily dressed offering sexual services.