Emanuelle Nera: Orient Reportage
Emanuelle in Bangkok
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Laura Gemser, Gabriele Tinti, Ely Galleani, Ivan Rassimov, Venantino Venantini, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, Koike Mahoco, Fausto Di Bella, Gaby Bourgois, Chris Avram, Attilio Duse, Debra Berger
story by Maria Pia Fusco, screenplay by Maria Pia Fusco, Ottavio Alessi, Piero Vivarelli, music by Nico Fidenco, cinematography by Aristide Massaccesi (= Joe D'Amato)
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Photo-reporter Emanuelle (Laura Gemser) is sent to Thailand to
interview the king, but never gets further than to Prince Sanit (Ivan
Rassimov), a distant relative of the king who is fascinated by the
free-spirited young woman - but who doesn't seem to concerned about
getting her the interview. Eventually though, Emanuelle's room is
ransacked and her passport and cameras are stolen. And then she's
gangraped. The gangrapists though turn out to be the good guys (!), as
they advise her to get out of the country before things get too hot (hot
in the unpleasant way). She literally has to fuck her way out of the
country though - after all, the only way to get out of Thailand without a
passport is to shag a gouvernment official, right?
travels to Morocco to pay a visit to her on-again-off-again archeologist
boyfriend Robert (Gabriele Tinti) - to find him engaged to his assistant
Janet. However, Robert still seems to have the hots for Emanuelle, so
Emanuelle takes Janet to an orgy with the Tuareg, which Janet enjoys so
much that she breaks up with Robert.
Still without a passport, Emanuelle
gets friendly with the local American consul (Venantino Venantini) and
even more so his daughter Debra (Debra Berger). Emanuelle and Debra not
only have sex, they seriously fall in love, too, so Emanuelle breaks up
with Robert (again) - but as soon as her newspaper sends her on her next
assignment, she leaves Debra as well ...
Definitely not the best in the Black Emanuelle-series, Emanuelle
in Bangkok is still a fun movie full of feeble excuses to show nudity
and sexy situations, carried not so much by its skeletal story but by
beautiful Laura Gemser, whose trademark character only comes to full bloom
in this movie (the second in the series).
Be warned though: If you
expect a cinematic masterpiece or something profound, you will probably be
disappointed watching Emanuelle in Bangkok, but if erotic nostalgia
is your kind of thing or you're quite simply a fan of Laura Gemser (and
who isn't?), this one's a must-see!