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Annie Carol Edel
Emmanuelle is sent to Bangkok on a journalism assignment. While there, she embarks on her own exploration of the secrets of sensual pleasure. While learning much, she also reveals several secrets of her own.
Fine Italo-Western with a few surprises at the end and a fantastic showdown in the snow. The whole movie plays in a landscape of snow and so this is the second western after "Il grande silenzio (Leichen pflastern seinen Weg)" who plays the whole time in a snowy landscape. The bad guy who kidnapps the son of the heroe isn't really a bad one. The psychological aspect between the child and the kidnapper is very interesting. If you like Italo-Westerns this is a great one!
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