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Emanuelle - Perché Violenza alle Donne?

Emanuelle Around the World
Confessions of Emanuelle / The Degradation of Emanuelle / Emanuelle versus Violence to Women

Italy 1977
produced by
Fabrizio De Angelis for Embassy Productions
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Laura Gemser, Ivan Rassimov, Karin Schubert, Don Powell, George Eastman (= Luigi Montefiori), Brigitte Petronio, Maria Luigia Stefania Pecce, Marino Masé, Gianni Macchia, Paola Maiolini, Claudio Aliotti, Eduardo Puoti, Lanfranco Spinola, Antonio Gismondi, Rino Guarrera, Mario Bonolis, Maria Piera Regoli, Paola D'Egidio, Elisabetta Terribile, Efrem Appel, Franca Guida, Maria Renata Franco, Daniele Forli, Craig Sill, Paul Thomas, Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
story by Maria Pia Fusco, screenplay by Maria Pia Fusco, Gianfranco Clerici, Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi), music by Nico Fidenco

Black Emanuelle

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After exposing Indian sex-guru Shanti (George Eastman) as little more than a narcisstic fraud and his preachings of prolonging the sexual experience infinitely as silly gobbledegook, sexy photo reporter Emanuelle (Laura Gemser) decides to for a change go after something worthwhile ... and thus she teams up with fellow journalist Cora (Karin Schubert) to smash a white slave ring.

First stop Rome: Here a bunch of guys regularly pick up lovely tourist girls, invite them to a party, mix something into their drinks, and then they are stripped and gangraped into submission. Emanuelle goes undercover and is almost raped herself, but a student friend she has only just met calls the police just in time. Later, Emanuelle shows her gratitude to the guy by having sex with him.

Second stop Hong Kong: Here Master Chang is having the white slaves he receives from Rome raped by snakes and dogs so they will become willing sex slaves. Again, Emanuelle goes undercover and almost ends at the receiving end of a rape, but once again she is saved by the police in the nick of time, this time thanks to Cora.

Third stop Tehran, where the white slaves are sold to the Emir's (Gianni Macchia) harem by evil Kassim (Marino Massé), but Emanuelle and Cora, his guests of honor, can convince the Emir to quit business with Kassim and have him executed ... and as a thank you, Emanuelle and Cora invite the Emir to a threeway.

Back in New York, Emanuelle and Cora are invited to a crazy rich people's party where, due to gambling debts, Miss Ohio (Elisabetta Terribile) is humiliated when she is forced to dance naked in front of the crowd. Then some bums who just happen to be around, start to gangrape her, and all the rich people turn yellow and just run away, leaving only Emanuelle and Cora behind to help poor Miss Ohio - and while Cora makes her way to the next phone, Emanuelle sees herself forced to keep the bums' leader at bay by giving him a blowjob - but in the end, all gangrapists get their just desserts ...

Ivan Rassimov plays Emanuelle's lover in this one, who does little more though than to meet her from time to time.


Another entry into the sleazy but fun Black Emanuelle series, this one (like so many others) lacks stringent storytelling, but is big on depravity and naked women, with Laura Gemser being helped out of her cloths multiple times. In its uncut (or European) version, the film also features a bit of hardcore sex, with Laura Gemser being substituted by a not all that convincing body double.

By and large, this is a weaker film of the series, but if you are a fan of Laura Gemser or Black Emanuelle, or you just love 1970's sexploitation, you will probably (kind of) like it anyhow.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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