Emmanuelle

Synopsis: Emmanuelle is a beautiful young model and lives in Bangkok together with her husband Jean, who's several years older. She likes him because he's taught her much, and he likes her because she's learning so well - and wants to often. Both are very tolerant in matters of extramarital affairs, so he doesn't mind the young Marie-Ange coming over every so often, although she obviously wants more than talk from his wife. But Emmanuelle is more fascinated by the older Bee, and joins her on a trip into the jungle.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Just Jaeckin
Production: Columbia Pictures
 
IMDB:
5.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
56%
UNRATED
Year:
1974
95 min
21 Views

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T e A M.L o V E i N A

e n J o y

Hello? ls that you, Emmanuelle?

Hello, Marie?

Yes, I'm leaving.

My flight is at 10.

Yes, I'll hurry up.

Sure, you can come if you like.

No, neither Christian

or anyone else. Come alone.

All right. See you then.

Bye bye.

You'll be fine at 5 o'clock.

-Yes, but when one is alone...

One is never alone in life.

It's like on a boat:

Worries, love seem unreal.

Everything is allowed!

-Yes, but nothing is possible.

Wrong.

Lots of people fuck on airplanes.

I'd never dare!

-One must always dare.

But if what you say is true,

aren't you afraid she'll...

No, I didn't marry her to

deprive her of anything...

Nor to put her in a cage...

But because she loves to make

love and she's great at it!

And you don't think some people

would try and take advantage?

I'm not jealous, I say.

Jealousy is outdated.

See this girl?

All science and innocence.

But it's no miracle.

They all had to learn.

And they do anything you want?

-Even more. For the right price.

That's what bothers me.

I don't like paying for it.

The idea makes me go limp.

It's hardly that simple.

I'm off to the airport.

See you at 5 at the embassy.

It's always the same faces.

Ex-adventurers, diplomats.

They are dying to see you.

I showed them your pictures.

Have you shown them my pictures?

-Of course.

I enjoy watching them

and showing them off.

Maybe even more so.

I'm proud of you.

Say, this photographer.

-What about him?

Have you made love with him?

Oh, Jean.

He never even touched me.

Strange. I thought an artist

always had to sleep with his model

before accomplishing a portrait.

If not before, then afterwards.

Poor fellow!

He must have suffered.

Not at all.

He was gay.

Wait a minute.

What is the matter, dear?

-Let's leave. It's horrible.

This boy with the chicken.

This beggar! I hate this country.

That's nothing, darling.

Welcome to Thailand.

Take it easy.

You'll see, you'll love the house.

I drive by here every day

on my way to the embassy.

I don't see it anymore.

Come on, baby.

This is Tim, Vine, our cooks.

No, not like that. Like this!

And this is Ap and Noi, the maids.

They are stunning. You chose them?

-Yes. John, the houseboy.

Our factotum.

Come see the house.

It is over 100 years old.

It belongs to a princess.

I had to court her for three

months before she let me rent it.

It's splendid.

Just splendid!

I never imagined anything like this.

Unbelievable.

Your little maids. Are they good

at making love with you?

I couldn't compare

any other woman to you!

You are just saying that

to please me.

Please me. Please me...

Please me...

Not at all.

I'm fitting out my house.

I'm very happy to be alone

with Jean.

You'll see in a few months' time.

Our only enemy here is boredom!

And our only ally to fight it:

making love.

You'll get around to it. Unless Jean

has suddenly become jealous?

No, it is a choice I made myself.

Jean would gladly push me

into his friends' arms.

I never tell my husband anything.

He's no worse off because of that.

True, Richard does looks very smug.

Hi, girls.

Allow me to present Emmanuelle.

Emmanuelle, you just missed out

on a great occasion.

A small naval vessel.

It's crew was splendid

and knew how to manoeuvre!

Why didn't you come?

You'd have had lots of success.

I spent the weekend at Pattaya

with my husband.

Jean took you away on purpose.

-No, I don't think so.

Your loss. Occasions like this one

are quite rare in Bangkok.

I haven't been home for two days.

Luckily my husband is very busy.

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Emmanuelle Arsan

Marayat Rollet-Andriane formerly Marayat Krasaesin (Thai: มารยาท กระแสสินธุ์) or her birthname Marayat Bibidh (Thai: มารยาท พิพิธ; RTGS: Marayat Phiphit; born 19 January 1932 – 12 June 2005), known by the pen name Emmanuelle Arsan, was a French novelist of Thai origin, best known for the novel featuring the fictional character Emmanuelle, a woman who sets out on a voyage of sexual self-discovery under varying circumstances. However, it was later claimed that the real author of the book was her husband, Louis-Jacques Rollet-Andriane. more…

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