Painters were the rockstars of the 19th century, and we get to see an aging genius reaping the benefits in Renoir (2012). On the Côte dAzur in the year 1915, famous Impressionist Auguste Renoir (Michel Bouquet) is mourning the death of his wife alongside his son Jean (Vincent Rottiers), who is convalescing after being injured in WWI. Enter the beautiful, vivacious Andree (Christa Theret), a young woman who will serve as muse to both father and son. That means we get to see Christa's nubile T&A more times than we care to count (ok, ten times) as she poses for nude portraits throughout the flick, with some bonus bush at the 19-minute mark. I'd dip my brush into that!