After several years strutting down the catwalk, lissome, green-eyed Marisa Berenson, like so many other internationally famous models, decided to immortalize her luscious figure on the celluloid frames of cinematic reels. After her debut in the Italian picture Morte a Venezia (1971), she landed her big break as the prime foil to Liza Minnelli in Cabaret (1972). Sadly, in a tale of Berlin at its most decadent, Marisa remained fully clothed. That would change. Marisa's first skinful turn was in Stanley Kubrick's period drama Barry Lyndon (1975), in which she soaks her furriness in an old-fashioned tub with very transparent water. She was covered by a frilly, lightweight nightie, but it did little to conceal what was submerged--and even her titty-bitties peeked out. Those small wonders also made a splash in Sex on the Run (1979). She has since gone on to show those little lovelies again in S.O.B. (1981), Tête dans le sac (1984), and Hemingway (1988), though the scenes are brief. Small exposure of her petite pleasure equals a big-time turn on!