Carolyn Farina (as “Audrey Rouget”) discusses Jane Austen with “Tom” in “Metropolitan” (1990):
Sean Young (as “Rachael”) meeting Deckard in “Blade Runner” (1982):
Elizabeth McGovern at the supermarket in “She’s Having a Baby” (1988) (ignore what Kevin Bacon is saying and focus on her):
The brunette running with the man on the beach throughout the following video (Her real first name was apparently “Claire”, but her surname is not recorded):
A still from the video:
This is the best version available of the video, which is Don Henley’s “Boys of Summer” (1984). Start at about 2:10 minutes for the best look at her.
I think for sheer graceful, lithe movement, that girl running on the sand in the white one-piece is exceptional, perhaps only equalled by the next example, namely:
Molly Ringwald (the redhead) dancing in “The Breakfast Club” (1985):
No doubt other men would have other lists and favourites, but those are mine.
I have observed women for decades now, and these are the most charming and romantically delightful images I can remember. If I think of others, and I am able to provide videos, I shall. But those are all I can remember at present.
But just to let the Serpent into the Garden, here is a short sequence from an historical film that appeals to me for all the wrong reasons. I have always found the first forty-five seconds of this royal wedding scene hilarious and a little bit sexy (Isabelle Adjani as Marguerite de Valois):