The Savior (1971) [French: Le sauveur] is generally about fourteen-year-old Nanette (Muriel Catalá) who falls in love with a middle-aged man whom she finds injured near her family's farm in rural France. If I would have known that Muriel Catalá was eighteen-years-old when the film was made, I wouldn't have been as shocked by the nude scenes, because Muriel easily passes for a 14-year-old. But that raises the question, is it okay for "older" actresses to play raunchy early-teen roles?
Brian C. Johnson wrote in Fear and Self-Loving: Masturbation in Teen Movie Comedies that "Fast Times marked a significant change in the marketplace for films featuring high school students and young adults. Up to this point, images like these [e.g., teen masturbation] were impossible because the practice was to utilize actual teens to play teen characters due to the stringent laws at work regarding what child actors were permitted to do on-screen (Russnow 2011). Film-makers began to use younger-looking adult actors above the age of 18 to play these sexualized roles." Thus, as the raunchiness of the roles rose, the ages of the "teen" actors rose as well.