The baguette-raising, beret-twirling charms of the French are well documented. But even in the realm of the randy French actresses, Élodie Bouchez manages to stand legs apart from the rest. Like the dark bouquet of rich French wine and as tasty as any classic French dish, Élodie's deep chocolate eyes and her two dollops of whipped-cream C-cups make her the ultimate French tart. American audiences know her best from the Barbarella (1968) homage CQ (2001), in which she's stark raving nude, complete with le bush. But outside of some indie exposure in the States, like Shooting Vegetarians (2000), this is one French treat best enjoyed in her native land. Élodie may have a succulent ass good enough to eat with a fork, but Mr. Skin suggests using a spoon to slurp up all her juicy goodness in such French skin classics as Le Plus bel age (1995), Zonzon (1998), and Too Much Flesh (2000). Viva Élodie!
Sweet France (2009) - as Muriel
La guerre à Paris (2002) - as Ana Maria
La vie rêvée des anges (1998) - as Isabelle Tostin
Clubbed to Death (Lola) (1996) - as Lola