One second she has the expression of a perfect porcelain doll; the next second Delphine Zentout is flush with a red gush of passion, which proves she is not a doll at all. This delightful French pixie has yet to find the breakthrough role to captivate a bulk audience Stateside, but in her homeland she is considered a national treasure. Here in America, aficionados of skin classify Zentout as a treasure chest. At the age of 16, Delphine starred in 36 fillette (1988), playing a 14-year-old maiden eager to shed her virginity. No wonder that it's titled Virgin in English-language countries. If you'd rather non-jailbait jerkoff material, check out Delphine in L' Oeil écarlate (tr. The Scarlet Eye) (1993). Your eyes will turn scarlet because you won't be able to look away from her perfectly pert perkies, which are presented in two different scenes. Thankfully Delphine didn't stop showing skin at that point. Her best breasts came out the following year in Farinelli (1994), a biopic about an 18th-century Italian opera singer. Delphine plays a young admirer of the castrato, which is fitting because you might admire her arousing rack so many times that you'll be functionally castrated. Surprise, surprise, her supple sacks saw light again, this time in a 1996 episode of the French series L'histoire du samedi (tr. The Story of Saturday) titled "Chauffeur de maitre" (tr. Personal Driver). She also got nude in the TV shows Navarro and Les Thibault (tr. The Thibault). Hopefully we haven't seen the last of Delphine.