Since its release in 1974, the film “Emmanuelle” directed by Just Jaeckin, was one of the greatest successes of French cinema. Surrounded by a scent of scandal, he combines chic eroticism and exotic decorations in a scenario exploring a sexuality discovered or fantasized, but without showing explicit scenes. Attracting nearly thirteen million spectators in the French cinemas (including 4.7 million in Paris), and forty-five million worldwide, the success was such that the program in Paris during was titled in English for tourists. 2ArtAngels pays tribute to the wonderful work of Just Jaeckin, taking as inking an iconic image of the […]
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