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Ana De Sade
Reviews and pictures of actress Ana De Sade naked in "El día de los albañiles: Los maistros del amor", "¿No oyes ladrar los perros?" and "Oficio de tinieblas".
A delicate Mexican beauty of part Indian heritage, she was the go-to young actress whenever an innocent native lovely needed to be degraded or abused.
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I Escaped from Devil's Island (William Witney, Mexico, 1973) (as Bedalia)
La montaña sagrada (Alejandro Jodorowsky, Mexico, 1974) (as The Prostitute)
Celestina (Miguel Sabido, Mexico, 1976) (as Lucrecia)Mr. Skin may have clips: http://www.mrskin.com/celestina-girls-t7028.html
# ¿No oyes ladrar los perros? (François Reichenbach, France, 1976) (featuring Ana De Sade as Jacinta) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Aurora Clavel, Salvador Sánchez, Ahui Camacho, Salvador Gómez, Gastón Melo, Patrick Penn, Juan Ángel Martínez and Tamara Garina
Road trip across Mexico in the style of Jodorowsky. Throughout his journey Everyman comes across Everywoman in the shape of Ana, shyly acknowledging his presence while performing tasks becoming to a young female in a particularly angelic manner. Feeding the budgie in this case. Lovely.
With such a hungry puppy gaze it would be heartless to deny our young man a shower scene at the very least, so along it duly comes. Poor Ana has to perform her ablutions in a breezeblock shack curtained only by threadbare sacking, packs of peeping schoolboys continually having to be shooed away. Once our man has the field to himself Ana emerges clothed in a fashion disaster based on her see-thru number from The Holy Mountain, berates him like a fishwife, and roars off on the back of the motorbike of a man she's only just met. (Ever wondered why you bother?)
The Return of a Man Called Horse (Irvin Kershner, Mexico, 1976) (as Moon Star)
Deseos (Rafael Corkidi, Mexico, 1977)Mr. Skin may have clips: http://www.mrskin.com/deseos-nude-scenes-t9714.html
Los indolentes (José Estrada, Mexico, 1979) (as Jovencita 1)
Perro callejero (Gilberto Gazcón, Mexico, 1980)Mr. Skin may have clips: http://www.mrskin.com/perro-callejero-nude-scenes-t11876.html
Caboblanco (J. Lee Thompson, Mexico, 1980) (as Rosa)
# Oficio de tinieblas (Archibaldo Burns, Mexico, 1981) (featuring Ana De Sade as Marcela) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Another mostly thankless role for Ana in this very amateurish critique of land reform in 'thirties Mexico. She does get to dominate the opening titles though, as a holy innocent on her first visit to the big city.
It's a shame the nice lady who called Ana into her shop as she passed by, eyes demurely cast to the ground, turned out to be a procuress of such swift and merciless efficiency. The two of them had a nice mistress-servant thing going on for a minute, the girl kneeling on the floor so shyly like that, but matters come to a head far too quickly.
Ana is ushered across the courtyard into the quarters of a 'tired businessman' specimen who expertly decants her from her smart and attractive ethnic clothing and sets about raping her naked on the bed. Nothing to enjoy about that, but the scene afterwards where she dresses her skinny body with her long dark hair now ragged and unkempt is very stimulating. And she told that shopkeeper what's what as well! Still in trouble with her mum though.
Caveman (Carl Gottlieb, USA, 1981) (as Grot s Mate)Mr. Skin may have clips: http://www.mrskin.com/caveman-girls-t15595.html
High Risk (Stewart Raffill, USA, 1981) (as Serrano s Woman)
Las mujeres de Jeremías (Ramón Fernández, Mexico, 1981) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ (as Lupe)
Sorceress (Jack Hill, Mexico, 1982) (as Delissia)Mr. Skin may have clips: http://www.mrskin.com/sorceress-girls-t7056.html
Triumphs of a Man Called Horse (John Hough, Spain, 1983) (as Redwing)
Arizona (Fernando Durán Rojas, Mexico, 1984)
# El día de los albañiles: Los maistros del amor (Adolfo Martínez Solares, Mexico, 1984) (featuring Ana De Sade as Rossy) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Rossy Mendoza, Angélica Chain, Alfonso Zayas, Luis de Alba, Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, Maribel Fernández, Joaquín García Vargas, Gerardo Zepeda, Óscar Fentanes, Sebastian Soler, Yahir Martinez Solares and Gonzalo Sánchez
Mexican comedy following the lives and loves of the workers on a building site. Expect it to be a little coarse then. And indeed we first meet Ana improperly attired, partying with her trousers around her ankles no less. She's been left in charge of the 'brickies' on the job so when the boss arrives she makes sure to pull them up pretty sharpish.
Ana dominates this admittedly barrel-scraping film, a forceful almost voluptuous character in a big change from her usual wallflower roles. She certainly fills a shapely jean, so I've prepended a little piece of banter (the subtlest I could find) to show off this side of her.
The second clip features Ana in a romantic tryst with one of her ghastly workmates (he's the Romeo of the bunch), and yes still actually on the building site itself. Worse, as they're about to find out, their love-nest is in fact the grave of a poor chap inadvertently encased in cement.
Las lupitas (Rafael Corkidi, Mexico, 1984)
Tres Mexicanos ardientes (Gilberto Martínez Solares, Mexico, 1986)
Down Twisted (Albert Pyun, USA, 1988) (as Cafe Owner)
Mi compadre Capulina (Víctor Ugalde, Mexico, 1989)
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