Dutch treat Anna Karina moved to Paris when she was eighteen. There she met Coco Chanel and Pierre Cardin, who got her into modeling. After taking over that field, she met Jean-Luc Godard about a cameo in his À bout de souffle (1960) but turned down the role when she learned nudity was required. But Jean-Luc got to see her naked anyway, as they were married a year later. Serge Gainsbourg wrote his musical Anna (1967) for her. Want to see what it was that drove all these men and women wild? Start with The Magus (1968), her first nude scene--ironically just as she was divorcing Godard--then move on to Justine (1969), which is her breast look onscreen. In it, she’s skinny dipping and showing off her hot T&A in a movie that was initially released with a PG rating. It was the ’60s, man. Anna’s last flash was in the comedy Bread and Chocolate (1973), and she’s tastier than both.