Defying the stereotype of blue-eyed, blonde German ice-princesses, cuddle-soft brunette Liane Forestieri has established herself as a sex symbol to watch. Liane’s caramel-tinged all-over complexion also goes contrary to Germanic expectations but is just as smooth and soft as the supple skin of any angelic blonde’s behind. Forestieri’s impish, juicy-lipped face made its big-screen debut in Klaus Maria Brandauer’s drama Mario und der Zauberer (1984), but her big break came in Looosers (1995). A surprisingly charming German comedy, Looosers benefitted from a serious study of Liane’s thick, dark muff, lifted and spread as its bearer steps freshly washed over the rim of a bathtub. Clean enough to eat off of.