Jessica Brytn Flannery ranks right up there with the best-looking on-screen-far-too-little wonders of all time. It’s easy to see why, when you eyeball her only appearance on film in 1994’s Unconditional Love. She plays the love-interest/inspiration for some lucky artist feller whose job, it seems, is to ball her brains out and then paint a portrait of her stellar naked frame. The volunteers for this guy’s job must have started lining up outside the casting office door, down the hallway, out into the street, turned right at the edge of Los Angeles, left at Las Vegas, past New York, right at London, a left at Rome, through Bombay, left of Tokyo, left again at Honolulu and stopped just short of Hilo. In Unconditional Love Jessica puts it all on display and, is there ever lots to be displayed, from her gargantuan garbonzos to her assteriors to her all natural hirsute pie, sliced down the middle, so all the hot juices can ooze out! If ever there were a fur burger you’d want to bury your boca in, this would be it!