Jodhi May in The Last of the Mohicans. This may sound like it's too picky to believe, but this shot captures everything anachronistic in our movies about native people: most of all, the musculature. Men then and there were taught though normal; big pecs and biceps are all developed in gyms nowadays, and read as middle-class modern exercise, but not as natural men.
jodhi may in the last scene of the last of the mohicans: "Clive James once commented that cinema, in essence, is still silent; the final looks exchanged between Jodhi May and Wes Studi are among the best silent cinema of the modern period, and the sequence as a whole is surely one of the purest, grandest pieces of opera in popular American cinema." - tristan eldritch of kirbydotsmovies.blogspot.com