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Flight 19 definitely leads today's page in damanliness with these full-out nudes of Belinda Mcclory. Did you ever before see a Mc name spelled with the two small c's like that? Belinda is in "The Matrix" as Switch.
Sonia Braga in "Two Deaths". We've run vidcaps from this movie before, but Hugo has added a superiority quality dimension.
Lisa Orgolini in "Two Deaths". She played Braga as a younger woman. I really didn't like this movie very much, although it aspires to the level of great literature, ala "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". While a revolution rages outside, a bunch of old friends sit in a room and keep digging deeper and deeper into each other's secrets, until things get too deep. I didn't see a lot of sense in making it into a movie, because it isn't inherently cinematic. Although it is a literate and intense script that would make a solid stage show, it basically takes place in one set, like a stage play, except for a few minutes of flashbacks and such.
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? Schatten does. If you don't follow that intro, don't worry, because it was pretty damned convoluted. (Schatten is German for Shadow). He's been one productive guy in the past few days. Here's Caron Bernstein in "Business for Pleasure"
Mascha Rabbin in "Harlis"
Pamela Gidley in "Liebesrausch"
Youki Kudo in "Mystery Train"
Vanity in "Action Jackson"
Alexandra Wilcke in "Kommt Mausi Raus"
Senta Berger in "Die Schnelle Gerdi"
Amanda Bearse in "Fright Night"
Anna Harnandez in "Women: Stories of Passion". Her last name looks unusual to me, but I couldn't find an Anna Hernandez or Anna Harnandez, so I can't give ya the scoop.
Lysette Anthony in "The Pleasure Principle"
Siena Goines in "Women: Stories of Passion".
Traci Griffith, looking a lot like Melanie, in an unspecified vidcap collage
Lisa Wolf in "Der rote Vogel 2: The Wrath of Khan". Actually, I don't think Khan had much to do with it. For those of you new to the page, our standard convention is to (1) assume anyone named James has the middle name Tiberius, as in James Tiberius Kirk. This covers anyone from U.S. founding father James Tiberius Madison, to the King James Tiberius Bible, to legendary wrestler James Tiberius Superfly Stuka. (2) assume any movie with a "2" in the title involves the wrath of Khan.
Kathrin Walgura in an episode of "Polizeiruf 110"
Sophie Von Kessel in an episode of "Tatort"
Marie Baeumer in "Latin Lover"
Marie Baeumer in "Latin Lover".
FR also took a shot this week at Marie Baeumer in "Latin Lover"
Marie Baeumer in "Latin Lover". Note on transliteration. For the sake of writing German names without using a German font, German u-umlaut is written on the English keyboard as ue, a-umlaut as ae, o-umlaut as oe. Those usually look OK to me in English. The really weird one is the dipthong a-umlaut u, which is written in English (inelegantly enough) as aeu. (It is pronounced "oy", more or less, so the aeu does't seem like a very efficient transliteration, does it?)
Wow! These #germancelebs guys sure are productive. Slartibartfast is also in that group, and here's some of his latest. Here's Lara Joy Koerner in "Tatort"
Barbara Auer in "Herzlich Wilkommen"
Maren Gilzer in something called "Hausmeister Krause"
Katja Flint in "Tatort". Slartibartfast is also a member of Men in Black now, but I'm not sure when they will have a showcase or channel available
The internet veteran is back with his usual fine work. Here's the large Anna Nicole Smith in that perennial candidate for an industry lifetime achievement award, "Skyscraper"
More of ANS in "Skyscraper". I believe the name of the movie refers to ANS on her back.
From the Vault of Obscurity. Ziggy Zagner in "Emmanuelle in Egypt"