Beautiful, dark-haired, French pastry Isabelle Adjani made her film debut at fourteen in Le Petit Bougnat (1970) while on summer vacation from high school. This kicked off a string of Euro releases for Isabelle, but her breakthrough role came when director François Truffaut cast her as Victor Hugo's daughter in L'Histoire d'Adèle H., a.k.a. The Story of Adele H., which earned her an Oscar nomination and worldwide acclaim. In 1981 Isabelle won the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival for her performances in Possession (1981) and Quartet (1981). Isabelle is at her best in One Deadly Summer (1984), in which she comes in and out of a barn, giving us both full-frontal and full-backside treats that are magnifique in any language! The diabolically sexy Isabelle was last seen nude in the Hollywood remake of Diabolique (1996).
Mortelle randonnée (1983) - as Catherine Leiris / Lucie Brentano / Ève Granger / Dorothée Ortis / Ariane Chevalier / Charlotte Vincent