Jane Birkin, …truism-sex, very sensual and erotic

Jane Birkin OBE ( Jane Mallory Birkin) born on December 14, 1946, an English actress, model, singer and a film director, who resides in France best know for her duet with Serge Gainsbourg, who also become his spouse and separated later on. One of many of their popular collaboration is “Je T’aime…Moi Non Plus” ( I Love You..Nor Do I).  Gainsbourg originally wrote the song for Brigitte Bardot, (one of America’s known Blonde Bombshell during her time). This song caused a scandal for its sexual explicitness and was banned at radio station in Italy, Spain and in UK. It was a French song sung by Birkin and Gainsbourg to the background of increasing sexual moans and groans which is truism-sex, very sensual and erotic. Despite the controversy the song finally  made it on the UK chart, after moving to the different record label. It’s the biggest ever selling single for completely foreign language. Here’s the song:

Birkin also appeared in Gainsbourg 1971 album Histoire de Melody Nelson, portraying Lolita-like protagonist in song and on the cover. She was nominated as best actress in Cesar Award for her film role in Je T’aime… Moi Non Plus, for her indistinct sexual artistry. Birkin appears in many noted films to name a few: Agatha Christie films Death on the Nile (1978) and Evil Under the Sun (1982), and recorded several albums, including Baby Alone in Babylone, Amours des Feintes, Lolita Go Home and Rendez-vous. She won Female Artist of the Year in the 1992 Victoires de la Musique. She starred in two films directed by Jacques Doillon — as Anne in La fille prodigue (1981) and as Alma in La pirate (1984, nominated for a César Award). This work led to an invitation from Patrice Chéreau to star on stage in La Fausse suivante by Marivaux at Nanterre. After this, she also began to appear frequently on stage in plays and concerts (in France, Japan, the UK and then the U.S). She was also nominated in Césars best supporting actress in her film La Belle Noiseuse (1991)
Birkin’s humanitarian interests led her to work with Amnesty International on immigrant welfare and AIDS issues. Birkin has also visited Bosnia, Rwanda and Palestine, often working with children. In 2001, she was awarded the OBE.(The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire is an order of chivalry established on 4 June 1917 by George V of the United Kingdom.) She has also been awarded the French Ordre National du Mérite.
The Hermès most expensive Birkin bag started when Hermès named and designed a bag in 1984 after Jane Birkin. The story goes one time when Jane was on Airfrance flight from Paris to London, she pulled her Hermes datebook out of her bag and all her papers fell on the floor. She complained to the passenger sitting next to her that the book should have pockets. That passenger was the chairman of Hermes; Jean-Louis Dumas, and after hearing her complain he created the Birkin bag. One of the Most expensive bag in the world: