How Am I Supposed to Read These Subtitles with Boobs in the Way?
The language of love is translatable only when the woman speaking is naked and the subtitles are running over her nipples, which is where we do our breast reading anyway.
A surprisingly brief look at Brigitte Bardot in And God Created Woman (1956) getting out of bed (unusual for her) and flashing boob (not so). It's no drag when a man dressed as a maid helps Edwige Fenech in Tais-toi quand tu parles! (1981) take a bath. Isabelle Huppert in Loulou (1980) shows her loulous in bed with her lover man. Emmanuelle Béart in L' enfer (1994) strips down to some of the sexiest bra and panties combos we've come across (and on). Britt Ekland in Erotic Images (1983) is speaking English and there are subtitles in another language, but who would ever notice with her tits in bed with her lover. Maria de Medeiros in Man of My Life (1992), more like a mam in her life. Gong Li in Ju Dou (1990) in bed, not naked but sexy. Maribel Verdú in La Celestina (1996) offers up breast, bush and too much type. Tits ahoy from Edy Williams in Hollywood Hot Tubs (1984). Yes, you're soaking in it. Butt seriously, Sophie Marceau in La fidélité (2000) is a bedroom goof and a nakedly good time sally. Mathilda May in The Tit and the Moon (1994). Well, we get the tit part, if not the moon, but that boob is lactating, which is nice, if you go for that thing, and we do, so go for your thing. Kelly Preston in Love Is a Gun (1994) will make you go for your love gun.
In any language this is sexy.