Paulina Gálvez’s parents are both Spanish and Chilean, and while she was born in Santiago, she was raised in Madrid since age eight. She first performed as a flamenco dancer but really tripped the lust fantastic when she made her nude debut in Corsarios del chip (1996). After that there was no stopping this proud nudist. She appeared in various states of undress in Retrato de mujer con hombre al fondo (1997), which has a great sex scene, and El Pianista (1998). But it’s in Tuve un sueño contigo (1999) that Paulina really cuts the rug--well, she shows off her rug in a well-lit and long love scene. She keeps on keeping on in El Cumplido (1999), Tatawo (2000), Sub terra (2003), Face of Terror (2003), and finally Rottweiler (2004). And just like the title of that last film, Paulina locks her jaws around skin and doesn’t let go.