Latina women are different than other broads. They’re spicier for one, but, well, that’s enough really. Take Spanish fly-girl Marina Gatell, who comes to us straight outta the land of the lisp, Barcelona, Spain. Marina got her start on the local boob tube, kicking off her career with a role in Pepe Carvalho back in 1999, before landing the recurring role of Esther Martin on 7 vidas. But Miss Gatell didn't take long to get us all hot and bothered, since just three years into her acting career she dropped her drawers in Lisistrata (2002), a lesbian comedy featuring the skinful charms of Sonia Ferrer, Cristina Solá, and Maribel Verdú. The movie is an adaptation of the classic Greek play by Aristophanes about the women of Athens and Sparta giving up the nookie until their men folk stop fighting, which you may recognize was also remade by Spike Lee in Chi-Raq (2015). When Marina gets topless in a market, with fresh veggies over her fresher melons, the men can’t help but fight over her. You’ll likely be struggling with your trouser snake. Still, way to show, Gatell! But Marina didn't stop there. After a long run as Carme Anglada in Majoria absoluta, Marina got carnal in the Salvador Dali biopic, Little Ashes (2008). Marina plays a writer named Magdalena, who shows all three B's while giving poet Federico Garcia Lorca a little ass. Spoiler alert, Federico ends up banging the man with the mustache instead! These days, Marina has mostly been sticking to the small screen, playing Lola Padilla in Lalola, Sandra in Physics or Chemistry, and Marina Fassman in Fassman: L'increible Home Radar. But lest you think that means Marina left showing her behind, behind, not so fast man! Marina has most recently been playing Sol Montijos in La concinera de Castamar or "The Cook of Castamar" a love story about a female chef terrified to leave her house who begins a sexual affair with a widowed nobleman. Seeing Marina's milfy bod nearly constantly in the midst of coitus, why leave home anyways?