You’ve got to trust a guy like director Pedro Almodóvar. The wildly creative and kinky Spanish helmer has cast comely María Barranco in many of his movies like Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988), which featured a nice Barranco upskirt shot, and Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990) which explained what we had to do with our cocks after seeing it. You've gotta hand it to Pedro, he knows hot when he sees it--in fact, you'll know it too, as he films it for all of us to share. But another directed the two time Goya winner from Malaga, Spain's first skin onscreen with an equal eye for the erotic. In Las Edades de Lulú (1990), an erotic thriller about a woman trying out the raunchiest sex a man's mind can come up with, María gets down and dirty flashing her tit at the dinner table. Can we be excused? And left alone for a while? That one snagged her the Goya for Best Supporting Actress in 1991, after having won the same award in 1989 for her work in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1989). She followed that with a bunch of looks at her ass, thinly disguised as shots of the butterfly tattoo on her left cheek in El Efecto mariposa (1995). But all of those were just the calm before the storm, the three B tsunami to be more precise, that came in Stormy Weather or Tiempo de tormenta (2003). In that flick, we see Maria skinny dipping in the middle of a rainstorm, in a dirty pool. But it really started to smell like chlorine in our pants when she hops out of the water and we see bush, tush and the big hooters we'd like to smush! Maria moved on to TV shows like playing Teresa in the soap opera Amar es para siempre as well as Julia Munoz in the female cop show Servir y proteger. If we were Spanish movie directors and had to rank the women we want topless in our flick, Maria Barranco just may top the list.