Nathalie Baye started her career as a dancer, so her body was primed for her dramatic leap to more skinematic pursuits. That mam-nanimous occasion began with Day for Night (1973), but nasty Nathalie was just getting started. Since then, she's found considerable success in both French and international cinema, appearing in such films as The Last Woman (1976), Beethoven's Nephew (1985), The Man Inside (1990), and Catch Me If You Can (2002), opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. But Nathalie's breast performances are saved for her beret-spinning native land. In films such as La Gueule ouverte (1974), Mado (1976), and Rive droite, rive gauche (1984), Nathalie shows off every moist bit of her young, slim, and seductively charming self. Naturally, a hottie like this doesn't let maturity slow her down (either in terms of getting naked or of keeping her body in whacktastic shape). En toute innocence (1987), De guerre lasse (1987), Si je t'aime, prends garde à toi (1998), and even Une liaison pornographique (1999) expose why, like wine, French broads get better with age.
Le voyage de noces (1976) - as Sophie