The lazy-lidded insouciance of her impertinently sensuous stare, her satiny pale skin, her raven-dark hair (although at times bleached blonde), the rose-nipped throw pillows tossed so casually on her breastplate, all of this combines to make England's Olivia Williams a hot prospect on the skin-sighting scene. In the eerie thriller The Sixth Sense (1999), Olivia exuded the frustrated longing of a ripe-bodied beauty deprived of her cherished love. Olivia bursts through her erotic constraints in the gripping, slipping, and groping bed play of The Postman (1997). She tosses all caution and her two chest ornaments to the sun-drenched breeze in Dead Babies (2000). Infants of all ages are given a glimpse of what makes life worth living.
The Sixth Sense (1999) - as Anna Crowe