After two bank robbers take hostages, one of them anally rapes the Bank Cashier and then tries raping the bank manager Sylvia. The other robber is Ricardo, the bank president's son and ... See full summary »
[American version.] Emmanuelle has a streak of bad luck that starts when she is stripped by a mob of adoring fans at the Cannes Film Festival. Her rotten luck continues when the dictator of... See full summary »
Dana Burns Westburg
Charles is wealthy, a French venture capitalist in the 1830s; he's also an aristocratic assassin, prompting duels for political, monetary, and sexual gain. At his aunt's, he meets Madame ... See full summary »
A very long, beginning-to-end life story of an eighteenth century womanizer that is arrested, not so much for his crimes, but because he is viewed as an undesirable by the husbands and ... See full summary »
This film is an official sequel to the original 1974 release directed by Just Jaeckin and starring Sylvia Kristel. Alas, Jaeckin's lush, erotic style is poorly imitated by director Francis Leroi (rumored to be a pseudonym for European porn pioneer, Lasse Braun) and Kristel's better days were already well behind her when this movie was made. The basic premise involves a now older Emmanuelle (Kristel) regaling a businessman (George Lazenby of ill-fated Bond fame) with stories of her past erotic exploits while on a flight to God knows where. The film then reverts to flashbacks in which said exploits are depicted in typical softcore fashion, with pouty Marcela Walerstein in the role of the younger Emmnauelle. This was actually one in a series of 6 films made back-to-back by producer Alain Siritzky, all with the same cast, sets and basic premise. The others being: Emmanuelle Forever, Emmanuelle's Love, Emmanuelle in 7th Heaven, Emmanuelle's Magic and Emmanuelle in Venice.
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