New Japanese series. Now on Netflix. A quick scan through the show reveals some gorgeous aesthetics, but I don’t have time to watch the series, so I can’t say whether it is worthwhile. IMDb nerds love it (8.4).
I don’t know anything about Kily. She is not an important character in this series, and she has no other credits at IMDb.
The scene you’re looking for, that is to say this one,
… begins at 04:15. She stays in that outfit for about six minutes.
Also in the same collection, if you need a few guffaws, is Satan’s School For Girls (1973, made for TV) – with Pamela Franklin, Cheryl Ladd and Kate Jackson. Roy Thinnes (of The Invaders fame) plays Satan. Nobody gets naked.
This enlargement makes the point clearer:
Rob Guinto reappears in Showroom, with the luminous Quinn Carrillo. Whereas Quinn looks unamused in her boffing scenes, Rob appears very enthusiastic. BTW, Rob sports a tattoo that is a quote straight from the New Testament. Soooo, does watching a scene of hers count as Bible study? Going to guess most folks in the Philippines would vote no.
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She recently got in trouble for hitting golf balls into the Grand Canyon.
She even comes pretty close to a Full Heche.
Three words – “zou bisou bisou”
She was spectacular in this rarely seen film (see Charlie’s collage below).
If you were not a Mad Men fan, here is the “Zou Bisou Bisou” reference:
“If you’re going to make me sit through a movie, a fake, boring, dumb fucking movie, there NEEDS to be a character I want to fuck in it … so that’s basically what Seyfried was to me.”
We’ll leave it to Variety to recap her impressive career. I remember her best for her crooked smile, her thick mane of hair, and her captivating presence on Cheers.
She was just on The Masked Singer a few months ago.
She did only one nude scene, long ago (pre-Cheers, pre-Trek), in a mediocre 1984 movie called Blind Date. When the film was first released, it was barely a nude scene at all, but director Nico Mastorakis released some additional footage as a special feature on the DVD, and that turned out to be a rare special feature that was truly special.