Mona Malm is a Swedish act-chest, who began her career with the Swedish Royal Dramatic Theater in 1957. She was broadcast on her local boob tube playing Martha in the Edward Albee play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? In 1985. In between that, she worked for one of the world’s most famous directors, Ingmar Bergman, in his drama Fanny and Alexander (1982). It’s the story of two young Swedish children who experience the many comedies and tragedies of their family. They also encounter two of the biggest boobs we’re ever seen in a critic’s darling movie. Those would belong to Mona, who spills out of her low-cut nightgown for a nipple slip.