If coal were a gemstone, it would have the deep, black luster of Israeli actress Yona Elian’s hair. Her eyes are mirrors to and vessels for a soulful sensuality thousands of years in the breeding. A beautiful meld of strong lines and delicate contours maps the passionate emotionalism of her face. And her tits jut out like two plump, boneless guinea hens. Most American audiences have yet to catch Yona in any of her regular Hebrew-language TV gigs, such as Merhav Yarkon, Zinzana and Ha-Isha Ha’acheret. But any Stateside skinthusiasts who stumbled upon The Last Winter (1984) are still raving about Yona’s chesty delicacies from her bathhouse lounging, boobs out and butt up.