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Mango Kiss (2004)

"Mango Kiss" is a story about Lou whose world turns upside-down when she falls in love with her best friend Sassafras. They journey to San Francisco and stumble into the wild world of ... See full summary »

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Danièle Ferraro ...
Sassafras
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Lou
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Emilia
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Leslie
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Chelsea Chuwawa
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Micky
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Kaz
Malia Spanyol ...
Bridget
Windy Morgan Bunts ...
Ginny
Dominique Zeltzman ...
Sonya
Lena Zee ...
Karla
Alicia Simmons-Miracle ...
Boss Daddy (as Alicia Simmons)
Laura Baca ...
Allison
Max Miller ...
Val
Walter Barry ...
Mr. Fuchsia
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"Mango Kiss" is a story about Lou whose world turns upside-down when she falls in love with her best friend Sassafras. They journey to San Francisco and stumble into the wild world of role-playing and non-monogamous S/M dykes. Comedy ensues as these wholesome girls get in over their heads. Written by Anonymous

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A fruity kind of love.

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Kaz: You know the old joke about the difference between lesbian dating and gay boy dating?
Sassafras: What do gay boys bring on the second date?
Kaz: What second date?
Emilia: What do lesbians bring on the second date?
LouSassafrasKaz: The U-Haul.
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Just because you know the bow from the stern doesn't mean you are ready for the high seas.
25 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Light and trippy. This film never takes itself seriously. it is colorful, with some very good music, and characters that make it worth watching.

Two friends, and I really mean friends, Sassafras (Danièle Ferraro) and Lou (Michelle Wolff) move from flyover country to the lesbian section of San Francisco. They are lesbians, but "baby dykes." They are trying to find themselves in an era of role playing.

Eventually, they decide to become lovers, but leave the door open to other relationships.

Sassafras' mother (Sally Kirkland) tries to tell her that "open marriage" works in theory, but is messy in practice. They soon find that out. Despite their establishment of "rules" to guide the relationship, they soon fall into jealous traps.

I must say all this "Daddy" and "Princess" business got a little tiresome, but maybe I am not supposed to get it.

What I did get was that non-monogamy does not work. They got it too eventually.

I have to admit that San Francisco looked like a really fun city at the time.

Fine performances by Dru Mouser, Tina Marie Murray, and Shannon Rossiter, in addition to those mentioned.


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