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Good-bye Emmanuelle
Emmanuelle 3

France 1977
produced by
Yves Rousset-Rouard (executive) for Trinacra Films, Parafrance Films
directed by Francois Leterrier
starring Sylvia Kristel, Umberto Orsini, Jean-Pierre Bouvier, Alexandra Stewart, Olga Georges-Picot, Charlotte Alexandra, Caroline Laurence, Sylvie Fennec, Radiah Frye, Jacques Doniol-Valcroze, Erik Colin, Jack Allen, Bob Asklöf
based on a character by Emmanuelle Arsan, music by Serge Gainsbourg


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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This time Emmanuelle (Sylvia Kristel) & her husband Jean (Umberto Orsini) live in the Seychelles, & to keep themselves amused, they (as usual) sleep around, like seducing Emmanuelle's tailor Angelique (Radiah Frye) to a threesome or trying to heal their friend Clara's (Sylvie Fennec) relationship by letting her participate in an orgy ...

Then though, while being fucked by a Swede (Bob Asklöf) on the beach, Emmanuelle sets her eyes on movie director Grégory (Jean-Pierre Bouvier) & that makes her come ... so she decides she has got to have Grégory too ... which is easy enough, since she manages to seduce him a mere 2 days later ... but against all expectations, he doesn't fall in love with her, but after sex treats her like a whore. For some reason, Emmanuelle can't live with that, so she tries to make him love her at whatever cost ... & even if that means having to seduce his lesbian girlfriend Dorothée (Alexandra stewart) ... no, especially if this means having to seduce his lesbian girlfriend Dorothée. Soon enough, Emmanuelle has successfully seduced him, too, but somehow she has fallen in love with him ... much to the dismay of her hubby Jean, who can accept if she fucks around (and boy, she does), as long as she loves only him. So when he has found out where she & Grégory are staying for a romantic weekend, he comes for a visit, & brings his friends, the orgy-jet set, too. That doesn't help a bit though, as Emmanuelle just runs away with Grégory, & it seems to be getting seriously enough for her to decide to leave Jean for good.

Then though, when Emmanuelle goes to break up with Jean, Grégory receives a call that he has to return to France immediately, & Jean makes sure Emmanuelle doesn't get the message. & when she wants to finally move in with Grégory, she finds him gone. sobbing she returns to Jean ... until she finds out what he has done & leaves him ... this time for good.

& poor Jean ... he has found a substitute for Emmanuelle in their friend Chloe (Charlotte Alexandra), who is used to fucking around ...


Let me get this straight, noone watches the Emmanuelle movies for rich dialogue, but in this one the dialogues are especially bland, unexciting, unexcited, downright silly, & worst of all, completely boring. A very poor script & wooden acting of all involved, especially Sylvia Kristel, don't help one bit either ... & as for the sex, there is not a scene that hasn't been done better in other movies. Rather a waste of time.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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