Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Laura Gemser began her popular series of Black Emanuelle films with this raunchy item from director Adalberto Albertini. As a free-spirited photographer in Africa, Emanuelle has numerous sexual adventures patterned after the successful French Emmanuelle series (note spelling). Cult favorite Karin Schubert co-stars and has a lesbian scene with the beautiful heroine. While Albertini made several unrelated Emanuelle spin-offs with different actresses, Gemser continued her role primarily under director Aristide Massaccesi (aka "Joe D'Amato"), who added graphic gore-violence to heighten the series' exploitability. Emanuelle in Bangkok was the somewhat tame sequel, but over the next two years, Massaccesi and Gemser graduated to exploring snuff movies and bestiality in Emanuelle in America and even more gruesome material in Emanuelle Among the Cannibals.
exploitation, photography, sex, sexual-awakening