Anicée Alvina embodies everything to love about French cinema. It's not the dialogue or the scenery. Guess what? It's the skin! French cinema pioneered onscreen nudity and should be considered as great as Lewis and Clark opening up the wild skin territories. And if any one French actress personifies that adventuresome spirit, it's Anicée. After debuting as Pregnant teenager in TV in Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas, mais... elle cause! (1970) (translation: She Does Not Drink, Smoke or Flirt But... She Talks!), Anicée landed a role in the British production Friends (1971), which featured her very first nude scenes, in which she showed off her young and petite pair--how friendly. It is her roles in Glissements progressifs du plaisir (1973) and Le Jeu avec le feu (1975) that feature the best nudity of Anicée's arousing career. In both she strips down to her fois gras--bon appetite!