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14 February 1993 (France) See more »
Sensual adventures in Africa and New Mexico for Emmanuelle as she learns a sexy secret of her good friend and former lover, Mario. | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Francis Leroi 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Emmanuelle Arsan  characters
Emmanuelle Arsan  novel "Emmanuelle: The Joys of a Woman"
Claire Lorentz  screenplay
Alain Siritzky  additional story ideas
Jean-Marc Vasseur  screenplay

Produced by
Nora Rim .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Pierre Bachelet 
Cinematography by
Denis Rouden 
Film Editing by
Patrick Cosman 
Philippe Guillaume 
Casting by
Cécile Lecante 
Production Design by
Franco Corraza 
Art Direction by
Pascal Aubin 
Costume Design by
Maguelonne Couzinie  (as Maguelonne)
Makeup Department
Elan Bongiorno .... assistant hair stylist: Los Angeles
Elan Bongiorno .... assistant makeup artist: Los Angeles
Corinne Dauvissat .... makeup artist
Laura Gorman .... key hair stylist: Los Angeles
Laura Gorman .... key makeup artist: Los Angeles
Production Management
Yael Golan .... production supervisor: L.A. unit
Gérard Grégory .... production manager (as G. Gregory)
Marie Françoise Hochet .... post-production manager
Véronique Michaut .... post-production supervisor
Claude Peau-de-Cerf .... unit manager
Nora Rim .... production manager: L.A. unit
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Denis Chrétien .... assistant director
Eric Davies .... first assistant director: Los Angeles
Justin Muller .... second assistant director: Los Angeles
Hervé Renoh .... second unit director
Art Department
Richard Bobet .... carpenter
Laurent Boucry .... painter
Pascal Catayee .... property master
Frédéric DeVilliers .... carpenter
Pascal Erizabal .... assistant art director (as Pascal Erizabel)
Eric Grenaudire .... property assistant: Los Angeles
Pierre Grippon .... painter
Franck Persain .... assistant art director
Mark Richardson .... property master: Los Angeles
Sound Department
Pierre Bellet .... sound mixer
Thomas Varga .... sound mixer: Los Angeles (as Tom Varga)
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph D. Beam .... best boy electric: Los Angeles (as Joe Beam)
Bubu .... key grip
Joel Bui .... still photographer: Los Angeles
Vincent Buron .... assistant camera: second unit
Philippe Coutant .... gaffer
Bill Daimant .... key grip: Los Angeles (as William Daimant)
Jim 'Tomcat' Downing .... grip: Los Angeles (as Jim Downing)
Alain Gaillard .... camera operator: second unit
Andrew Giannetta .... second assistant camera: second unit
Ted H. Hauser .... first assistant camera: Los Angeles (as Ted Hauser)
Sophie Lloyd .... still photographer
David Mabillat .... best boy
Mark 'Guns' Navarette .... additional grip: Los Angeles (as Mark Navarrette)
Jackie Riobe .... camera operator: second unit
Laurent Riobe .... first assistant camera
Bernard Salzmann .... director of photography: second unit (as Bernard Salzman)
Stephen Sharp .... gaffer: Los Angeles
James D. Wickman .... additional grip: Los Angeles (as James Wickman)
Casting Department
Dan Bernstein .... casting: Los Angeles
Kathy A. Smith .... casting: Los Angeles (as Kathy Smith)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tami Mor .... costume designer: Los Angeles (as Tammy Mor)
Editorial Department
Bruno Zincone .... editor: title sequence
Music Department
Bernard Levitte .... musical arrangement: "Emmanuelle"
Other crew
Denise Aimé .... production secretary
Robert André .... dubbing director
Robert André .... translator: Los Angeles
Claire Cowperthwaite .... script supervisor: Los Angeles
Eric Cuffini .... production assistant: second unit (as Éric Couffini)
Emmanuel Doucet .... production assistant
Sophie Doxat .... production secretary
Hadara Echo .... auditor
Hanna Elias .... production assistant: Los Angeles
James Lansill .... food stylist: Los Angeles
Claudie Marchand .... accountant
Mike Marshall .... dubbing director
David McDonalds .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Cheryl Pitkin .... production secretary: Los Angeles
Claude Ravant .... translator: Los Angeles
David Sillam .... accountant
Drew Stotesberry .... production assistant: Los Angeles (as S. Drew Stotesbery)
Roger Tallon .... perfume bottle creator
Anthony Valero .... security: Los Angeles
Leslie Vivier .... dialogue coach
Anna Zenowicz .... continuity

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Also Known As:
"La revanche d'Emmanuelle" - France (original title)
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Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Old Emmanuelle:[after Mario talks about his World War II experiences] You are a spy!
Mario:Yes. You should've know me there. I was a cap of dynamite.
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Movie Connections:
Edited from Emmanuelle 6 (1988)See more »


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16 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Emmanuelle looking her age., 1 June 2002
Author: Thom-P from A remote cabin in the wilderness

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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