Ask a gal to strip naked for a shower scene and she’ll probably think you’re a pervert or something. Ask that same girl to strip naked and act as an artist’s model and all of a sudden you’re artistic. (Remember that, fellas.) Let’s face it, those “artist’s models” have been delivering the finest in skinema since time immemorial, and we wouldn’t have it any other way! One such undressed temptress comes in the form of the top-heavy Eileen Flahegerty, a gorgeous gal who spends the opening credits of Placebo Effect (1998) totally topless and truly tantalizing. Try to ignore all the onscreen words that temporarily cover Eileen’s ample omelets and you’ll be treated to one fine pair of protruding pouches. But when the credits are over, some clueless bastard comes in and shoots the bare-breasted babe! What a waste! Curiously enough, Eileen was unable to parlay this non-speaking naked role into a viable career in skinosity, as Placebo Effect marks her first, last, and only flick to date.