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Emanuelle Nera No. 2

Black Emanuelle 2
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Italy 1976
produced by
Mario Mariani for San Nicola Produzione Cinematografica
directed by Bitto Albertini (as Albert Thomas)
starring Sharon Lesley (= Shulamith Lasri), Angelo Infanti, Don Powell, Percy Hogan, Danielle Ellison, Franco Cremonini, Dagmar Lassander, Pietro Torrisi, Franco Daddi, Attilio Dottesio
story by Mario Mariani, screenplay by Bitto Albertini, Ambrogio Molteni, music by Don Powell, Alfonso Zenga

Black Emanuelle

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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In Beirut, top model Emanuelle (Sharon Lesley) has lost her memory, and now it's up to doctor Paul (Angelo Infanti) to help her retrieve it. But the weird thing is, when Paul gradually pulls one memory after the other from Emanuelle's mind, he finds them weirdly altered, like when she claims that John, the man who has saved her in Beirut, has tried to rape her, or that her caring father (Don Powell) was a homeless drunk. Paul probes further and further into Emanuelle's mind, but at first to no avail, he only finds out everything has to do something with men in red helmets. Emanuelle's ex-husband Fred adds a piece ot the puzzle: He tells Paul that Emanuelle, did not want to have sex with him before their wedding, even though she was no longer a virgin, , but once they got married, she became sexually insatiable - so much so that she wore him out and he eventually divorced her.

While Paul still digs up facts about Emanuelle's past, she makes friends with Sharon, Paul's niece and part time patient with an alcoholic and nymphomanic streak, a girl who helps Emanuelle to open up sexually.

Finally, Paul finds out that a few years back, Emanuelle was gangraped by a bunch of bikers in red helmets who then also killed her brother. Once he learns this, Paul quickly heals Emanuelle, then lets her choose between her father, her ex, or John, the man who saved her - when someone arrives on a motorbike in a red helmet  - it's Sharon, who has come to fetch Emanuelle to join her on a fucking trip to HawaII.

Emanuelle chooses Sharon.

Dagmar Lassander can be seen as Paul's neglected wife.


Basically, this is a sexploitation film that tries to be intelligent, too - not a bad idea as such, but this film fails miserably, mainly because its understanding of psychotherapy is way too simplistic and too ridiculous at the same time, and because the sexual interludes don't always sit well with the more serious parts of the story. The worst thing about this film though: It's plain simply pretty boring, and while Sharon Lesley might have some very nice (and quite big) natural breasts, she is no substitute for the original Black Emanuelle's Laura Gemser in any other way.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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