A face built upon delicate bone structure that is at once fragile and vulnerable to loves and lusts but never weak, expressive brown eyes like pools of physical and psychic emotions, lips quivering with the adrenaline of life, Miou-Miou is the quintessential French actress of the nouvelle vague film movement of the 1950s and 1960s, with one exception. Miou-Miou's groundbreaking, adventurous cinema career didn't get off the ground until the 1970s, which means that along with raw feeling and gritty, real sensuality, her performances were infused with generous helpings of meaningful nudity. Bask in the revelatory wonders of Going Places (1974), an unflinching exploration of the hippie generation's aftermath. In her role as a moll who services a gang of thugs, Miou-Miou doesn't flinch from baring her breasts, her buttocks, her bush, and her soul.
La Totale! (1991) - as Hélène Voisin
Tenue de soirée (1986) - as Monique
Blanche et Marie (1985) - as Blanche
Destroy Yourselves (1968) - as NA