Hot Emmanuelle Seigner as the Girl in The Ninth Gate
Emmanuelle Seigner is one of the most beautiful and sensual women ever to grace the big screen. And no surprise -- she's French and has a face and body worthy of Michelangelo. Her long hair, green eyes, and sculpted European features are simply a delight to watch on screen.
The hot Emmanuelle Seigner had a role as The Girl in 1999 in The Ninth Gate, an indie film by Roman Polanski that is usually praised by its cult followers and panned by its foes.
People on both sides of the fence, however, couldn't deny how sensual Seigner was, even if she looked a little scruffy in the movie at times.
Her breathy voice, sexy French accent, and full lips kept the audience's full attention anyway. Her eyes and expressions, however, stole the show.
Sensual Scene in The Ninth Gate (above)
In part of the film that shocked some viewers, The Girl and Corso (played by Johnny Depp) shared a sex scene outside of an ancient castle. There were flames blazing and classical music bent towards a black mass. Seigner was also topless. The cinematography made the shadows and light on Seigner's face give her a look of being posessed. I never before and never since saw a scene like that.
Married to the Director of The Ninth Gate (above)
Emmanuelle Seigner is sometimes viewed suspiciously and villified by the American media because she is married to Roman Polanski, who also directed The Ninth Gate. She married Roman Polanski when she was 23 and he was 56. Although Seigner was already modeling and acting before she met Polanski, being connected to him only her heightened her fame and acting and singing career.
Emmanuelle Seigner's Eyes (above)
The Girl's eyes, in perhaps what is a foreboding for Depp's future in the film, light up in the scene in a demonic fashion. The flames in the background seal the mood of the moment, and you simply want to watch the scene over and over again. It's simply one of the most sensual yet slightly demonic moments in cinema ever. I don't think anyone but the hot Emmanuelle Seigner could have looked so enchanting yet so evil.