Mirka Madnadraszky is an act-chest who appears in one movie, and that movie, thankfully, is Below the Belt (1971). It was a time of sexual adventuresome behavior on and off screen, and the films of that day reflected the bacchanal, if artificially sandwiched between a belabored plot. This feature used the framing device of a boxer’s manager who pays a prostitute to keep his fighter happy. Called a “penetrating look into the sordid world of bruises and broads,” in fact it’s more the latter, with Mirka going full frontal for her man and then opening up her clam for a seafood sextravaganza with her gal pal. Everyone is served, and it’s all you can eat.