Lea Seydoux, who starred in the most recent “Bonds” and Death Stranding, has a major role in the new film adaptation of the erotic novel “Emmanuelle.” Audrey Divan, a Frenchwoman who won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2021, will direct the film.
Seydou will play Emmanuelle, the wife of a French diplomat in Bangkok who learns all about the pleasures of sex, debauchery, and the depths of an erotic relationship with a man named Mario.
The novel “Emmanuelle” by the Frenchwoman Emmanuelle Arsan was published in 1959, and it was the first in a series of five books about sex. The 1974 film adaptation of the novel, starring Sylvia Christel, was not well received by critics and viewers, and was even banned in France, but it has since gained cult status.
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