Wendy Baker, a famous female Caucasian author sublets an apartment in Bedstuy Brooklyn, NY, to write her latest book on the impoverished men that live there. However she soon learns the hard way that they aren't as receptive to her exploiting them as she thinks. In this brutal tale of rape-revenge. Written by
I've seen some extreme films but, holy cow, it's hard to believe this flick actually exists.
The film has no credits beyond a title saying this is "An Unauthorized Film by Sean Weathers" and the title. As the film starts, Wendy,a white woman who is a published author, is moving into a black neighborhood to do some research. She is noticed by three black kids, and is met by her landlord and his girlfriend (who are both also black).
This flick then becomes incredibly racist, with a long scene of the black kids going on about how badly they want a white woman. They hit on the author, who turns them all down because she "is here to work." Wherever she goes, the three are there, either harassing her, making racists comments at her, or hitting on her.
Meanwhile, Wendy's new landlord knows her work, and apparently also lusts after her so much he kicks out his girlfriend because he wants to be with her.
One night as Wendy comes home, the three black kids are there and a bit more aggressive. Her landlord rescues her and brings her into the building safely. But when she gets to her room, the three kids are there waiting for her.
Then, for over thirty long excruciating minutes, she is abused and raped by the three thugs. It is racist, violent, and incredibly realistic -- she acts the way you'd think a victim would really act. Very disturbing.
Once the seemingly endless gang rape scene is (finally) over, there is a quick revenge sequence which doesn't turn out they way you'd think, and then the movie unbelievably gets even MORE disturbing and racist to finish up.
As far as extreme films go, this is extreme with a capital "E". I'm not at all sure what Weathers -- who is black himself -- was trying to get at with this film. If you're looking to see just how far a film can go, while leaving any semblance of political correctness far, far behind it, check it out. If you're looking for a "Rape/Revenge" flick, I'd say avoid it since it's pretty extreme and the "revenge" part will probably disappoint you.
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