Judith Godrèche is one of the plethora of French actresses that could steal your breath with a mere glance in your direction. Her face is beautiful, but you can only tell if you can make it past her heaving, often-glistening bosom. (French women don't sweat . . . they "glisten.") This particular young maiden started off at the tender age of thirteen with a bit part in L'Eté prochain (1985). After a few more background roles, Judith landed her first leading part at seventeen in La Fille de 15 ans (1989), which ironically translates to The 15 Year Old Girl. It features her first topless scene, and it's enough to give you two black eyes from rubbing your face in disbelief of her devastatingly delicious bosom. Though an arthouse sensation with the release of Ridicule (1996), she had been showing off her full-frontal nudity as early as The Disenchanted (1991). After her obligatory turn opposite Gerard Depardieu in Bimboland (1998), Judith finally landed on our shores for a role in the Leonardo DiCaprio flick The Man in the Iron Mask (1998). Thankfully, she stayed put long enough to take a role in another domestic production, Entropy (1999), in which she schooled her American audience on the benefits of onscreen nudity. Going back to school was never this sexy!
The Art of Love (2011) - as Amélie
Holiday (2010) - as Nadine Trémois
France Boutique (2003) - as Estelle
Parlez-moi d'amour (2002) - as Justine
Bimboland (1998) - as Cécile Bussy
Emma Zunz (1992) - as Emma Zunz