Emmanuelle 6

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Emmanuelle 6
Emmanuelle-6-poster.jpg
Original film poster
Directed by Bruno Zincone
Jean Rollin (uncredited)
Produced by Roger Corman
Alain Siritzky
George Korda (associate producer)
Written by Jean Rollin
Emmanuelle Arsan (novel)
Starring Natalie Uher
Music by Olivier Day
Cinematography Serge Godet
Max Monteillet
Edited by Michel Crivellaro
Release date(s) July 6, 1988(France)[1]
Running time 80 min
Country France

Emmanuelle 6 is a 1988 French softcore erotica movie directed by Bruno Zincone, and starred German actress Natalie Uher. The screenplay was written by cult erotic horror specialist Jean Rollin, based on the novel Emmanuelle: The Joys of a Woman by Emmanuelle Arsan. The filming location was Venezuela. Although hardcore scenes were filmed to make this remake of the original 1974 version more edgy, they were not used in any known available cuts except for the French VHS version, which is 10 minutes longer.[dubious ]

Plot[edit]

Emmanuelle lives in Bangkok with her husband Jean, who is several years older. She likes him because he's taught her much sexually, and he likes her because she is very wager to learn. Although both have had extramarital affairs, they tolerate it as they are content with their arrangement.

A young woman named Marie-Ange comes to the house to visit with Emmanuelle, and she wants more than talk from her, but Emmanuelle herself is magnetically drawn to an older man named Bee, and one day he invites her to join him "in the jungle," to which she does.

Release[edit]

It was released in July 1988 in France, but due to its dwindling popularity (despite the name) and the rise of more conventional hard-core pornography available for home viewing, the film made very little money and was never released worldwide except briefly in Spain and Germany.

Cast[edit]

  • Natalie Uher as Emmanuelle
  • Jean-René Gossart as Professor Simon
  • Thomas Obermuller as Benton
  • Gustavo Rodríguez as Tony Harrison
  • Hassan Guerrar as Carlos
  • Luis Carlos Mendes as Morales
  • Tamira as Uma

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