Sophie Schütt burst onto the German movie scene with a small part in Stadtgespräch which was a huge hit over here. Her very alluring appearance no doubt helped Sophie get her parts in a part in the Bond-movie Tomorrow Never Dies, though sadly the scenes in question were finally deleted… further proof for how stupid those editors can be. It nevertheless made her quite famous at Skin Central, Germany and helped the young actress in getting leading roles in made for German TV productions like Zerschmetterte Träume – Eine Liebe in Fesseln, Sieben Tage bis zum Glück, Wie angelt man sich seinen Chef and Es geht nicht immer nur um Sex. Even if your German is weak, you won’t have a hard time figuring out what the latter’s all about which brings us right to the point... All of those flicks feature Sophie in (more or less) all her glory but her go-to movies are Zerschmetterte Träume opposite Mark Keller (who, by the way, is the lucky guy who also ended up munching Jasmin Gerat’s nice naked nook, yes, her carpet is nearly non-existent) and Es geht nicht immer nur um Sex (also starring Rity Lengyel, another German hottie). Both of them are strict must-sees if for no other reason than to adore this brown-eyed blonde 5’9’’ tall beauty baring her huge and slightly saggy funbags as well as her untrimmed shrubbery on several occassions, for example while getting banged on the bed, having a shower, screwing in the shower, getting out of the shower, putting on her clothes and while waking up in the morning after a hot night of... well, I guess you know what I mean! Fräulein Schütt hasn’t returned to English language movies yet, but there’s always hope... let’s start hoping!