Raffaëla Anderson is one half of France's X-rated Thelma and Louise, the notoriously explicit arthouse hit Baise-moi (2000). Translated into English the title means Fuck Me or R--- Me, and it brought Raffaëla to the forefront of international scandal-making. The movie, not surprisingly, was controversial the world over due to its many scenes of graphic violence and sex, which also happens to be why it has caused such uproar in Mr. Skin's pants. Baise-moi has always been banned in France, where it was made, as well as Australia and a few other countries. If you can get past the incredibly graphic violence, then give it a look. It’s not for the faint of heart, though. But if your ticker can take it your dicker will be delighted.