Martine Brochard has luminous eyes and strikingly dark and luxurious hair, but viewers probably haven’t noticed as the nearly always naked cutie keeps stares decidedly below her neckline. Her first movie was also her first nudity onscreen. That was Stolen Kisses (1968), directed by famous Frenchie François Truffaut, who saw talent under Martine’s shirt and exposed it. She followed that up with a shower scene in the drama L’Amour (1968) and some full-frontal exposure in the women’s prison picture Prigione di donne (1974). The comedy Il Domestico (1974) has our girl seductive in black lace and then less, while Martine offers a cheeky perv-formance in the drama Il Solco di pesca (1975). The comedy Quel movimento che mi piace tanto (1975) has Martine bathing with blonde beauty Cinzia Monreale. And the skin just keeps on coming, as do audiences, thanks to La Governante (1975), Gatti rossi in un labirinto di vetro (1975), and L’Ebreo fascista (1980). Considering how much flesh Martine has put out there it’s hard to pick a breast perv-formance, but Il Fidanzamento (1975), with its lingering full frontal, will make you hardest. The Room of Words (1990) was Martine’s last exposure, but thankfully her thousands of pictures speak volumes.