Italy is often celebrated more for its food, its historical structures, its tremendous wealth of antiquities and artistic masterworks and its brunettes than it is for redheaded, full-lipped sex bombs, but Dalila Di Lazzaro did everything she could to rectify that oversight. It’s hard to imagine anyone seeing past Dalila. Her eye-stopping qualities begin with her hair, as fine a spin of golden red as can be found in nature. Her plump lips and wide eyes would be at home in any fantasy of the perfectly alluring facial expression. The body is an invitation to gawk, and gawk you will do once you give the merest peek to Andy Warhol’s Flesh for Frankenstein (1974). Displayed fully nude for most of the film, Dalila’s thick, redolent bush is a focus of intense inspection, as it is in Oh Serafina (1976).
Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (1972) - as Girl who strips on a table