Release Year: 1977
Studio: Embassy Productions
Cast: Laura Gemser, Ivan Rassimov, Karin Schubert, Don Powell, George Eastman, Brigitte Petronio
Genres: Classic, Feature, Softcore, Drama, Adventure
Video language: English
Emanuelle meets a man named Dr. Malcolm Robertson (Ivan Rassimov) who opens her eyes to more then just sex. Reluctantly she accepts an assignment to go to India to interview a guru named Shanti (George Eastman) who claims he has perfected the ultimate orgasm. While in India Emanuelle meets a woman who reveals a white slave trade organization that is kidnapping and selling women. When this job proves to be too much for just one lady Emanuelle enlists the help of her reporter friend Cora Norman (Karin Schubert). The two women then globe trot around the world exposing these sex slave operations.
After the success of Emanuelle in Bangkok is only made sense to reunite most of its talent from that film including director Joe D’Amato and actress Laura Gemsar as Emaneulle and actor Ivan Rassimov as Emaneulles main love interest. In fact the cast is a virtual whose who of 1970’s exploitation which includes Craig Hill as a disfigured man and porn director/icon Paul Thomas as a truck driver. Other notable performances include that of George Eastman as a sex addicted capitalist who disguises himself as a cult leader and the lovely Karin Schubert getting equal time as Emanuelle’s sidekick. Overall the whole cast even down to the littlest bit player does a fantastic job.
Out of all the Black Emanuelle films that Joe D’Amato directed Emanuelle around the World is without a doubt the most ambitious of the lot. Even though there is plenty of graphic bits and moments of Degradation this film still doesn’t get the title as the most notorious of the series. That honor shall be bestowed to Emanuelle in America. Once again many beautiful locations are used and lots of naked women are on display.
One can’t help but fall in love with the score composed by Nico Fidenco for this or any of his Emanuelle score. He once again manages to capture the essence and mood of every moment. This is also another solid job from director Joe D’Amato who fills every moment of the film with picturesque imagery. The story is never dull and the journey we are taken on is often engaging and always entertaining.
Format: mkv (Matroska)
Video: 720x464, AVC (H.264)
File size: 1.2 GB