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Despite what it erroneously says on IMDb, Emmanuelle Arsan did NOT write the story, nor is the script based on her work. I had to buy an import DVD of this depressing turkey to find that out. I like Erika Blanc, but she did not get to play Emmanuelle as written by Arsan. This is about a depressed young woman sleeping with a variety of characters (male & female) while on a road to self-destruction. The message is actually very anti-sex, and morally condemning... unlike any of Arsan's work. Hope this clarifies, and I advise anyone who disagrees with me to watch the DVD and stare at the credits carefully! I did, and was crestfallen when I realized there was no connection.
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