An aspiring African-American talk show host sets out with two girlfriends to videotape interviews with multicultural women about life, love and sex. She interviews her friends Michelle, who...
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An aspiring African-American talk show host sets out with two girlfriends to videotape interviews with multicultural women about life, love and sex. She interviews her friends Michelle, who is a vixen, and Lena, who is more vulnerable about their views on sex. Through the course of the project, all three women work out their sexually problems and questions, and work on their relationships with men.Written by
The film was originally rated NC-17 by the MPAA, but was edited for an R-rating. According to Beyer, among other items the MPAA would have required to give the film a lower rating, Beyer was asked to remove a scene where a fully dressed woman licks a peach in demonstration of cunnilingus. Beyer says that the scene was "heartfelt... It wasn't vulgar or demeaning to anyone." Regarding her experience with the MPAA, Beyer said, "I felt violated. I felt raped artistically." See more »
The original version of this film was rated NC-17 in the US. Because director Troy Beyer was contractually bound to deliver an R-rated movie she had to cut various scenes including one of the characters showing others how she liked to pleasure her lesbian lover by licking a peach. See more »
This movie sucks, totally - don't even rent the video
I *love* movies - I can usually find something to enjoy about almost any film, but this one was just -bad-. Over acted, messy editing, no story to speak of, overwrought, so full of cliches and stereotypes it was ridiculous. My girlfriend selected it. She thought it was bad enough to offer to give my back my money. I can't understand how this thing made it into theaters at all.
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