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Léa Seydoux will be Emmanuelle, in the new adaptation of the erotic novel by Audrey Diwan

2022-05-18T11:27:01.273Z

After the Event, Audrey Diwan takes on a new novel in French literature. The director plans to adapt the erotic work Emmanuelle, with Léa Seydoux in the main role.



Expected on the steps of Cannes for

Crimes of the Future

by David Cronenberg and

A beautiful morning

by Mia Hansen-Løve, Léa Seydoux already seems ready to start new projects.

The actress should play the role of Emmanuelle in the eponymous film, again adapted to the screen, forty-eight years after the feature film by Just Jaeckin, which had exhilarated France in the 1970s.

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A cult erotic work, written under the pen name of Emmanuelle Arsan, first published in 1967, the story of Emmanuelle will this time be under the direction of Audrey Diwan.

It was on her Instagram account that the winner of the Golden Lion for her film

The Event

announced the news.

“Very happy to announce my next film.

Emmanuelle

with Léa Seydoux.

Screenplay co-written with Rebecca Zlotowski”, she wrote in the caption of a photo of her main actress.

With the help of the writer and director of

An Easy Girl

, this new adaptation is set to be shot in English.

In video, excerpt from

L'Événement

, by Audrey Diwan

A cult story

At the heart of the story, the young Emmanuelle, 19, joins her husband Jean in Bangkok.

There, she learns about erotic pleasures, multiplying the adventures with men and women.

If Just Jaeckin's feature film caused a scandal when it was released in 1974, it remained on the Champs-Élysées for more than thirteen years.

And at only 22 years old, actress Sylvia Kristel became the fantasy of millions of spectators.

A success that led to the creation of four sequels and a series.

In 2016, Netflix subscribers discovered or rediscovered this story, when the film was added to the catalog of the streaming platform.

Source: lefigaro

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