Spanish actress Ángela Molina is not very well known in the United States, but she has been steaming up the screen in her native land since the mid 1970s, having appeared in more than eighty films to date. She gained widespread attention for her role in the critically acclaimed joint French/Spanish effort That Obscure Object of Desire (1977). As is the case with most fawned-over foreign films, there's plenty of artistic nudity in this flick to satisfy even the most pretentious and discriminating tastes, including that of our heroine. In the flick Gli Occhi, la bocca (1982), Ángela also showed everything below Those Eyes, That Mouth--her full-frontal scenes revealed an incredibly furry muff that is not to be missed! Ángela didn't make a blip on Hollywood's radar screen until appearing in the Rocky-esque boxing drama Streets of Gold (1986). Still a major star in Spain, she hasn't appeared in an American film since starring opposite Gérard Depardieu in Ridley Scott's 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992).