It took UK director Anthony Minghella to bring popular Eurobabe Stefania Rocca to the American multiplexes with The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)--although this Italian beauty had to be dolled up in a wig for the role. Back in Italy, Stefania was best known for her androgynous presence. Of course, that’s hard to believe after seeing Rocca’s rack rolling out of her costume in Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Love's Labour’s Lost (2000). Stefania’s since concentrated on her career back home and used her tough-gal looks as a femme detective hunting a poker-obsessed killer in The Card Player (2004)--where we got royally flushed as Stefania showed her handfuls of T&A while another cop poked ’er!
Commediasexi (2006) - as Pia Roncaldi
La cura del gorilla (2006) - as Vera
L'amore è eterno finché dura (2004) - as Carlotta
Giochi d'equilibrio (1998) - as Francesca '77
In principio erano le mutande (1998) - as Teresa