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A review and pictures of actress Célia Olga naked in "Lilian M.: Relatório Confidencial".
Born: 1946 Country: Brazil
A handsome brunette from Brazil, she had few roles, and make-up artists and cinematographers didn't make the most of her strong screen presence.
Pingo de Gente (Brazil, 1971) (as Sofia aged 25)
Os Deuses Estão Mortos Episode dated 8 March 1971 (1971) (as Marina aged 25)
Os Deuses Estão Mortos Episode dated 14 December 1971 (1971) (as Marina aged 25)
A Virgem (Dionísio Azevedo, Brazil, 1973) (as Dória aged 27)
# Lilian M.: Relatório Confidencial (Carlos Reichenbach, Brazil, 1975) (featuring Célia Olga as Maria aged 29) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Benjamin Cattan, Sérgio Hingst, Maracy Mello, Walter Marins, Edward Freund, Cacador Guerreiro, José Júlio Spiewak, Theresa Bianchi, Lee Bujyja, Genésio de Carvalho, Wilson Ribeiro and Washington Lasmar
Farmer's wife Célia packs her bag and heads for the big city in this plodding but not unengaging Candide-style satire from Brazil.
An unsatisfactory sexual life must have been part of the reason for Célia taking to the road if her first encounter with the travelling salesman is any guide. It seems to have escalated quicker than the chap would have liked. In a similar vein, an armed street holdup turns gooily romantic, only for the hippie desperado responsible to spoil things with some sort of a seizure just as I was starting to get into that rather nice song (She originally by Charles Aznavour).
Some of Célia's misadventures take place at a health spa where she is trained to administer the electro-shock weight loss therapy. This gets her on the wrong side of a distinguishedly greying businessman type. On the plus side it gives him the idea of employing the apparatus for after-hours leisure pursuits, which proves lucrative, the fat-cat afterwards using Célia's bare breast as a rest for his chequebook, typical of the banally cynical attitude of the film.
Leaving a life of cynicism and corruption behind, Célia takes lodgings at the modest home of hen-pecked bachelor slave-to-his-desk Sérgio Hingst (and his mum who, strangely enough, is a lot younger than he is). We follow the intimate details of their daily grind, such as Célia under her morning shower, and the Hingster scrunching his package on his way to the office. Humdrum but, er, fascinating.
Por Que as Mulheres Devoram os Machos? (José Alexandre, Brazil, 1980) (aged 34)
O Gosto do Pecado (Cláudio Cunha, Brazil, 1980) (aged 34)
As Meninas de Madame Laura (Ciro Carpentieri Filho, Brazil, 1981) (aged 35)
Vento do Mar Aberto (Edison Braga, Brazil, 1981) (as Atriz aged 35)
Jogo do Amor (Antonino Seabra, Brazil, 1985) (aged 39)
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