Trivia answer after the break
All comments, captures and collages were created by Brainscan (as were the film clips in the members’ area).
To Love a Clown, 2015 (sort of)
To Love a Clown is a re-edited version of Amuse Me (2015) about a clown that captures and drugs women to get them nekkid and stuff. The whole thing runs for some 80 minutes but stars (?) only 2 women, each of whom spends a half hour on camera, without clothes.
I should tell you that Lydia does a particularly good job with the little material she is given in this movie, but her character has a very bad day. She escapes from the basement of an abusive clown and runs away without clothes and with the only pair of shoes she could find, but since it is a clown’s house, all she could rustle up is a pair of clown shoes. ‘Tis a good sight gag to have her trooping through the woods with shoes the length of her legs. But the first guy she runs into is a serial killer so off she goes to another basement for some more open-legged naked time. Her loss, our gain.
The Lesser Evil, 2014, 1080hd
You think To Love is minimalist with only two women? The Lesser Evil has only one. The plot here has Rachel Crow submit to the unwanted advances of a masked villain because he has kidnapped her daughter. I think. Not sure. I put together the best five minutes, but Rachel is nekkid for more than a hour of screen time, some of it with the kind of restraints that I find unappealing in the extreme. If that is your cup of tea, you can find this disc on Amazon.
Rebecca Balestra and Piera Bellato appear here in the stage production of Provocation. This is from a performance at an unidentified theatre in France in 2017.
(Piera is the one with the large breasts.)
According to the link, this pic is a preview of more to come.
From her Instagram:
From her Instagram:
The front view is not so bad either
A larger version of a vintage pic. (Possibly my favorite of the past couple of years.)
Rear view here