Goodbye Emmanuelle


this time of day.

Let me rub on some cocoa oil.

- Is that good?

- Trust me. I'm a doctor.

- What's new, Gerard?

- Nothing much. The usual.

I heard they're going to shoot

a film in the area.

- A film?

- That's what I heard, too.

Some sort of Robinson Crusoe story...

It's in fashion right now in Europe...

the return to the wild.

We should eliminate travel agencies.

Don't complain.

This is still paradise on earth.

Seychelles, jewel of the ocean...

Seychelles, darling location...

What's the matter?

I've had it.

He goes after all the women... look.

It's provocation. It's lousy...

Why does he do that?

What if it amuses him?

I'm not like you... I can't accept it.

Aren't you being too dramatic?

It's not serious.

You know, if it weren't for the kids,

I'd have left him long ago.

Clara isn't liberated, that's all.

It made me sad, really.

She looked at the end of her rope.

I don't feel sorry for her.

She's too possessive,

and lives with the fear of losing him.

But maybe he didn't handle it

right with her.

I'm sure she doesn't like

making love.

But when we see such a couple...

...I think it's right

to live the way we do.

By the way, I have

a surprise for you.


The tall Swede from

the yacht club.

I saw how you looked at him

during the regatta.

He wants to build a house so I told him

about the rocks at Tatamaka.

I told him you would accompany him.


He went by, like the Phantom Ship...

He saw me.

He stared at me.

It was that look of his

that gave me an orgasm...

...while the Swede was

making love to me.

It was a strange pleasure...

Almost painful.

Can you still see him?


Don't lose him! Don't lose him!

- This boat here.

- Yes.

I rented it to a Frenchman the

whole day, yesterday.

- Do you know his name?

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