Bibi Andersson is one Swedish dish sure to cook your meatballs. She was plucked from film obscurity by arthouse fave Ingmar Bergman in the mid '50s, and the director put her in all his head-scratching best, such as Persona (1966) and Scenes from a Marriage (1973). But you'll be scratching your little head watching her in the maestro's mam-sterpiece The Touch (1971). Audiences are recommended to touch themselves while watching. But that wasn't the Swedish fish's first swim into onscreen skin. That boobtiful day was in Flickorna (1968), in which she stripped out of her black-lace bra and let her treasured chest finally take the spotlight. She got into sexual experimentation in the les-a-thon Twice a Woman (1979), which, suffice it to say, is true to its title in terms of twice the naked female flesh. Outside of some forays into mainstream Hollywood fare such as Concorde: Airport '79 (1979), Bibi remains an arty Euro girl at heart. But as long as she keeps showing her Bibi's, you won't hear Mr. Skin complaining.