Julia Gilinski is a blonde woman. We call her an act-chest, too, though she’s only been in one movie, and in that movie she was a stripper. Is she a stripper in real life? And, if so, would that take away from our identifying her as an act-chest? Who cares. Just enjoy the flesh show of The Holy Land (2001), a coming-of-age drama set against the tense backdrop of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Much of the action takes place at a bordello where Julia is seen in her element, the stage with a pole, showing off everything that she’s got, including her holy hole, in a naked dance that would shame Salome.