Anna Curti made her debut with the provocatively titled Storie di vita e malavita (1975), which is also known as The Teenage Prostitution Racket. This Italian drama is about young girls who are caught in a web of sex for money, where they are bought and sold as slave. But it’s not all bad, not for Anna, who has a topless lesbian scene with a hot blonde girl. If that doesn’t sound exploitive enough for you, then check out her third and final screen credit in Deported Women of the SS Special Section (1976). It’s the tawdry story of girls in Nazi-occupied countries who are deported to prison camps where they’re at the mercy of lesbian guards. Now that’s a war story.