According to a post on Reddit, this is one of our favorites, Matilda de Angelis, in a new film called Bookshop in Paris, aka Il Materiale Emotivo. I can’t verify from personal experience, but I have no reason to doubt the ID. The scene is consistent with the description of the film.

“Albertine (Matilda De Angelis) is a student confined to a wheelchair following an accident in a pool.”

(Trailer here)

This marks her third entry into the 2021 nude scene competition:

This link covers Leonardo, one of her 2021 nude roles.

This link covers Atlas, another of her 2021 nude performances.

In the past three years Matilda has bared her impressive chest and more in several films and shows. This link covers Una Vita Spericolata (2018), Youtopia (2017), The Undoing (2020 mini-series, e1), and La Famiglia (2018).

Her greatest success in our polls was a #3 finish among the Top Nude Scenes of 2020 for her performance in The Undoing.

New pics:

(if you don’t see thumbnails below, this link should work)

Agathe Rousselle in “Titane”:


Garance Marillier in “Titane”:

Bérénice Bejo in “un dragon en forme de nuage”:

Elisa Bachir-Bey in “mystère à Saint-Tropez”:

Ophélia Kolb in “l’homme que j’ai condamné”:

French version, with extensive comments on current French releases

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Citation from The Biggest Book of Hockey Trivia, by Don Weekes

This particular picture played an important role in the evolution of Uncle Scoopy’s Fun House. A technician at the TV station that televised the event happened to be a reader, and sent me some screen grabs right after it happened. As the news spread across the internet, more and more people found my site as they searched for Lucy’s wardrobe malfunction. A week before that, I was pulling in maybe 4,000 visitors per day. A week after that, my traffic had jumped to about a quarter of a million per day. Not long after that, I hit my all-time high of 491,000 in a day.

I have to admit that I never could have dreamed in that May of 1997, when I had been doing the site for about 18 months, that I would still be doing it 25 years later. I created the site in November of 1995, so it turned 26 years old this month. (The exact date is no longer remembered or recorded, representing a tragic loss for the written history of mankind on this planet.) Even Other Crap, a newcomer by the standards of my sites, will turn 20 next year!