Emmanuelle is a 1974 French drama film, starring Sylvia Kristel in the title role about the wife of a French diplomat in Bangkok, who embarks on a voyage of sexual discovery. Despite negative reviews by the critics on its initial release in France, it was one of the highest-grossing French films of its time. In one scene, Emmanuelle is approached by a pretty young girl, played by Christine Boisson, who is called Marie-Ange in the film.Marie-Ange asks to visit her at her home. She arrives at Emmanuelle’s house and finds her sleeping. Emmanuelle wakes up and they go outside and sit in a pair of peacock chairs.Marie-Ange asks Emmanuelle if she has any photos of herself and her husband Jean having sex. After Emmanuelle replies that she does not, Marie-Ange takes out a French magazine with a photo of the actor Paul Newman and begins to masturbate in front of Emmanuelle.After she finishes, Emmanuelle does the same, while imaging herself having sex with a stranger on a plane.This photo series pays tribute to that scene with a model, Dafne, acting out both roles, and making use of technology circa-2021.