Emanuelle, a reporter, comes just a little too close to exposing a corrupt official, and is sent to prison on trumped-up charges. In the prison, the inmates are constantly humiliated and tortured by the prison staff. Overly affectionate prisoners are forced underwater, while others are obliged to look on. Emanuelle finds an enemy in the deranged Albina, who "runs the prison." For the pleasure of the warden, Emanuelle and Albina are forced to fight each other with knives. Bad becomes worse when four men awaiting execution escape and take over the prison. Gore flows like water.
Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>
The killing never stops ...
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In the sentencing scene, the judge reveals Emanuelle's last name to be "Arsan." This ties her to the author of the original "Emmanuelle: Joys of a Woman" Emmanuelle Arsan
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Take my advice and die!
I'll bite your nipples off!
The American version omits the final scene in which Harrison talks with Emanuelle about re-opening her case before she returns to her cell. However, it does have an ending montage of all the violent scenes in the movie (the shootout with the swat team, the Russian roulette, Emanuelle's rape, Harrison getting shot, etc.) when Harrison has Henderson pinned against the chain-link fence. All other versions lack this montage. See more