Raffaela Anderson, Karen Lancaume Nude Sex Scenes in Baise Moi 2000

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Raffaela Anderson, Karen Lancaume Nude Sex Scenes in Baise Moi 2000 (Rape Me 2000)

Raffaela Anderson, Karen Lancaume Nude Sex Scenes in Baise Moi 2000

Karen Lancaume (born Karine Bach 19 January 1973 – 28 January 2005) was a French pornographic film actress. She appeared in over 40 pornographic films between 1996 and 2002, all but one being on video. She is best known internationally for her role as Nadine in the controversial 2000 film, Baise-moi, a mainstream film in which she performed unsimulated penetration and fellatio.

She was a nominee for the Best French Actress Hot d’Or in March 2000.

Karine Bach was born in the suburbs of Lyon, France, into a wealthy family. Her father was French and her mother was of Moroccan origin. She spent her childhood in the Lyon countryside and completed her studies in communications.

She stated that she had her first sexual experience at the age of 17, just before embarking on her university course, and that she worked weekends at a nightclub to pay for her studies. At the nightclub, she met Franck Ceronne, the disc jockey, whom she married. The couple divorced in 1997.

Raffaëla Anderson (born 8 January 1976 in Montfermeil, France) is a French former adult film performer. She is now a non-fiction writer and occasionally acts in mainstream productions.

Anderson studied to be a secretary. She entered the French pornography business in 1995 when she was 19 and left it six years later. While still in adult films, she was raped by two men who recognized her as a porn actress. In the documentary, she explains how the prosecutor and judge in her case dismissed the rape with the attitude, “You’re an actress in pornographic films, so you can’t complain.”

Anderson played Manu in the controversial 2000 film, Baise-moi, an explicit French film about two women embarking on a journey of sex and violence with murder. Time magazine reviewed the film and noted, “And as one of the amoral avengers, Raffaela Anderson has true star quality….” In the 2001 mainstream film, Amour de Femme, she played a dance instructor who falls in love with a married woman.

In 2005 she participated, along with nine other current or former adult film performers, in the documentary Une vie classée X from Mireille Darc for the French TV channel France 3. She relates how she lost her virginity on camera, speaks of her family and background, and of the violence she suffered or witnessed in the porn industry. She also mentions cocaine and alcohol abuse during episodes of depression after leaving the pornography business.

Anderson wrote a book titled, Hard, describing her experiences in the porn industry and decrying its abuses. In the documentary film La Petite Morte she voiced many of the same criticisms. In 2006, Tendre violence, a narration of her childhood with her Muslim family in Gagny was published.

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