For a French actress, Anne Coesens certainly waited quite a while before getting down to nature's garb onscreen. But whoa, brother, when she did. . . . Anne started her career with a minuscule role in La Puritaine (1986), but it wasn't until she landed a more sizable part in the made-for-French-TV movie A Midsummer Day's Fire (1995) that she would finally achieve a modicum of notoriety. At long last, Anne took the lead in the drama Le Secret (2000), which finally revealed what we had all been waiting to see, and in quite an explicit nature, at that. The movie is described as "A frank description of sexual exploration as part of woman's search for her own identity." It's really about an affair with big, brooding Tony Todd, aka "The Candyman"--don't scream his name three times when you come, Anne. Todd gets to lick Anne's love muffin, as well as ride her from behind in a rough-and-tumble sex scene that should have won them both an Oscar by the way it brought Mr. Skin's wiener up for a standing ovation.