Anne-Marie Deschodt's career spanned 13 films from the late 60s to the early 80s, during which time she managed to appear in films by some big time directors! In addition to appearing in Oscar-winning director William Friedkin's misunderstood masterpiece Sorcerer (1977), Anne-Marie's most famous work came in two films from surrealist genius Luis Bunuel! Anne-Marie first appeared in Bunuel's The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972), and re-teamed with him two years later for the even crazier The Phantom of Liberty (1974). In one of that film's sexiest scenes, Anne-Marie strips down to her pantyhose, and we can make out her beautiful bush under the opaque material! Now that's a bush we would've liked to see a whole lot more of!
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