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Emmanuelle is recently reunited with her husband, but at the next party, she gets drunk and strips nude for his friends. He returns to his lover. Later, a sober Emmanuelle tries to redeem herself, but her husband refuses to forgive. She travels to see him, gets raped on the way by two delinquents, and enters a life of vicious sex to forget him. Written by
Jess Franco takes a stab at the Emmanuelle series, although this ends up having more in common with his de Sade/Eugenie films. There's not much plot but in the film Emmanuelle has just been married and prepares to settle down her sexual ways and stay with one man. However, she gets drunk and gets involved in a lesbian sex show, which freaks her husband out and soon she's back to her old ways. You could argue that outside the WIP genre, Franco has never really created anything of his own and he usually just takes something popular and puts his own spin on it. This originally wasn't suppose to be an Emmanuelle film and that name was just added in the post-dubbing but either way this film is a lot more successful than the recent, real Emmanuelle films I watched from Joe D'Amato. The big difference between Franco's film and those of D'Amato is the fact that Franco really knows how to photograph beautiful women and make them very erotic. There's a fifteen-minute lesbian show here, which certainly works overtime on the erotic nature and star Vicky Adams is a really beautiful woman and Franco captures this perfectly. There's also a very funny sequence at the start of the film when Emmanuelle and her husband walk through a wax museum and get sexually turned on by Humphrey Bogart!! However, the film runs out a steam fairly quickly as there's never any sort of plot going on but just various sex scenes throughout the 85+ minute running time. AKA Emmanuelle Exposed.
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