Tag: Sylvia Kristel

“Idleness Is An Art Form”

At Teleport City, the Gutter’s own Keith writes about the Emmanuelle films and the woman who inspired the character. “My first glimpse at European sex films provided escape into a theoretically obtainable world. I decided I wanted to travel, that I wanted to be a writer, that I […]

RIP, Sylvia Kristel

Actress Sylvia Kristel has died.  While she worked with many directors on many films, Kristel is best known for the 1974 film, Emmanuelle, and its many sequels. The Guardian and  The New York Times have obituaries. The Guardian also has a review of her memoir, Undressing Emmanuelle: “I […]