Bridget Fonda in Point of No Return (1993) in 1080. There is
almost no nudity, but you might spot a nipple now and then if you
watch very closely.
Parillaud in La Femme Nikita (1990) in 1080 HD. At age 30, Luc Besson was
cinema's boy genius when he made this film. He followed it up with
Leon the Professional (1994) and The Fifth Element (1997),
all grey and in his 50s now (outside link to IMDb photo) and
hasn't really directed a worthwhile film since those three. They
were his last directorial efforts to top 7.0 at IMDb.
Rossi in Vampire in Venice (1988)
Anne Knecht in
Vampire in Venice (1988)
Mimsy Farmer in More
(1969) in 1080p. She was still getting naked on film as late as
1982 in crappy Eurofilms, but hasn't acted in the last 20 years.
She's a sculptor now, 66 years old, living in France. By the way,
Mimsy's name comes from a Lewis Carroll poem, Jabberwocky: "all
mimsy were the borogoves." Actually, "Mimsy" is a nickname. Her real
first name is Merle.
This was a groundbreaking film. It included a tremendous amount of
nudity by 1960s standards, and was the first film to feature a score
by Pink Floyd.
It is possible that Pink's brother, Count, also contributed.
Possible, but unlikely.