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.
Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>
She's Hotter Than Ever
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Did You Know?
In the English print opening credits, Venantino Venantini's surname is misspelled 'Venantim'. See more
For the 2008 UK Optimum release (as "Black Emanuelle En Orient") cuts of 4 mins 26 secs were made. These were to remove footage of a cockfight, a mongoose fighting a snake, and a pleasure rape scene. In addition to avoid an R18 certificate (which only permits licensed sex shops to stock the film) the distributors removed hardcore shots featuring a vaginal penetration with a ping-pong ball. See more
Referenced in Top Gear: Episode #10.6
Like a Sailing Ship
Written by Nico Fidenco
Performed by Silky Sound Singers See more