Jodhi May in The Last of the Mohicans. This may sound like it's too picky to believe, but this shot captures everything anachronistic in our movies about native people: most of all, the musculature. Men then and there were taught though normal; big pecs and biceps are all developed in gyms nowadays, and read as middle-class modern exercise, but not as natural men.
Sister My Sister (1994) This darkly engaging film dramatizes real-life events that scandalized French society in the 1930s, when Christine (Joely Richardson) and Lea Papin (Jodhi May), sisters who worked as maids, murdered their overbearing bourgeois mistress and her daughter. Their lives stifled by their employer, the sisters also formed an incestuous sexual relationship. Nancy Meckler directs this tale of rage and twisted love that also features Julie Walters.