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Comment faire l'amour avec un nègre sans se fatiguer (1989)

A warm summer in Montreal. Two black men, Man and Bouba, share an apartment. Man is an ambitious author, writing on The Great Novel. Bouba is a lazy amateur philosopher who quotes the Koran... See full summary »

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Miz Littérature (as Roberta Bizeau)
Maka Kotto ...
Bouba
Myriam Cyr ...
Miz Suicide
Jacques Legras ...
Vendeur de machines à écrire
Marie-Josée Gauthier ...
Miz Mistique
Suzanne Almgren ...
Miz Duras
Alexandra Innes ...
Miz Oh My God
Nathalie Coupal ...
Miz Désabusée
Isabelle L'Ecuyer ...
Miz Rousse
Patricia Tulasne ...
Miz Féministe
Tracy Ray ...
Miz Guili-Guili
Dominique James ...
Miz Osiris
Nathalie Talbot ...
Miz Bicyclette
Julien Poulin ...
Pusher #1
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A warm summer in Montreal. Two black men, Man and Bouba, share an apartment. Man is an ambitious author, writing on The Great Novel. Bouba is a lazy amateur philosopher who quotes the Koran. Man's habit of picking up young white women makes many young white men jealous... Written by Mattias Thuresson

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8 June 1990 (USA)  »

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Com fer l'amor amb un negre sense cansar-se  »

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$491,193 (USA)
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Cool Blue
Written by Charlie Parker
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cheerful poke at sexual/racial stereotypes
28 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This easygoing interracial romantic comedy never goes into the details of its numbskull title, but it does explain such things as the perfect temperature for listening to the music of Charlie Parker: 98.6 degrees, naturally. The film is a glossy satire of sexual attitudes and racial stereotypes, with a sunny disposition reflected in its protagonist: a would-be writer transplanted to French Canada from somewhere in Africa (on Thursdays he's from Madagascar) who enjoys cruising gullible white women. The scenario, not unlike that of any optimistic TV ad (in which everyone is young, attractive and single, and the weather is always warm and cloudless), is totally unreal, but the film is so cheerful and sometimes so witty that it's easy to overlook the occasional sexism and lack of any real story. All the women are strictly Barbie Dolls, regarded by the otherwise unnamed 'Man' as little more than willing sex objects, and they in turn see him in much the same light – which may be all part of the point, but it doesn't make the characters any less superficial.


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