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Emanuelle in Bangkok (1976)
"Emanuelle nera: Orient reportage" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  November 1977 (USA)
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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.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Laura Gemser ...
Gabriele Tinti ...
Roberto
Ely Galleani ...
Frances
Ivan Rassimov ...
Prince Sanit
Venantino Venantini ...
David
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart ...
Jimmy
Koike Mahoco ...
Gee
Fausto Di Bella
Gaby Bourgois
Chris Avram ...
Thomas Quizet
Attilio Duse
Debra Berger ...
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Journalist Emanuelle travels to the Orient to interview a close relative of a King, but comes too close to uncovering official secrets for the state's liking. Her hotel room is ransacked and her passport stolen, leaving her stranded and at the mercy of a brutal gang of rapists, employed by the government. Her only hope of escape are her powers of seduction. Written by Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>

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In the English print opening credits, Venantino Venantini's surname is misspelled 'Venantim'. See more »

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Followed by La via della prostituzione (1978) See more »

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Sweet Leaving Thing
Written by Nico Fidenco
Performed by Silky Sound Singer
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90 minutes of Laura Gemser and nothing else? …Works for me!
1 February 2006 | by (the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls) – See all my reviews

This is the first, and most likely the only Joe D'Amato film ever to hit Belgian television screens. Quite logical, since the titles on his repertoire go from nauseating horror films ("Anthropophagous", "Beyond the Darkness") to hardcore porno flicks ("Tarzan X") and sometimes even a combination of both ("Erotic Nights of the Living Dead", "Porno Holocaust"). D'Amato pretty much behaves himself here and follows the formula of the original "Black Emanuelle" film, released one year before, but that doesn't mean avid D'Amato-fans have to worry, as there still is an enormous amount of genuine sleaze to enjoy. "Emanuelle in Bangkok" has virtually no plot at all and you can't even fully believe the title, as our sexy protagonist's journey to the Far East is very brief and she only has contact with two Asian people (a masseuse and a bell-boy). The film most "crucial" sequences are set on a cruise ship and in Morocco, where she has an off/on relationship with a persistent archaeologist. I have no complaints, though, since the camera beautifully captures Laura Gemser's erotic adventures with men, women, couples and herself. Joe D'Amato's trademarks are bizarrely tinted sexual situations, and there's only one such sequence in this film, namely the Japanese stripper who puts ping-pong balls up her vagina. Weird… One aspect about "Emanuelle in Bangkok", as well as in the entire cycle, is downright brilliant and that's the music. Nico Fidenco's score is mesmerizing and, without exaggerating, at least ten times better than every other score that ever won an Oscar. The dazzling soundtrack alone makes "Emanuelle in Bangkok" a true cult classic that every fan of the genre will enjoy watching.


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