Erika Marozsán started her career out in her native Hungary, starring in 1989’s ~Beketargy…~ uh… ~Avagy az…~ forget it. You’ve never seen it, anyways. Shortly thereafter, Erika landed parts in such movies whose titles, which I shall not try to spell, translate into ~Pirouette~, ~No Girl Ever Had This Effect On Me~, and ~The Wondrous Voyage of Kornel Esti~. Much of her work has been centered on World War II pictures, the most notable of which is 1999’s ~Gloomy Sunday – Ein Lied von Liebe und Tod~, which just so happens to feature Erika’s only Skin Scenes to date. In it, she appears topless in a bathtub, then again while making out with your prototypical blonde-haired, blue-eyed German soldier. If you speak German, or can find it in subtitles, check it out, since it is actually a really good movie.