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How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired [DVD] [1989]
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How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired
Set in the 1960s this comedy, based on the autobiographical novel of the same title by Haitian author Dany Laferriere this comedy centers on the sexploits of an aspiring African writer living in Montreal. When not clacking away on his novel (same as the title), he is out picking up white women from the local cafes. Known only as "Man," his women remain similarly anonymous, though he does ascribe them names based on the qualities he uses to differentiate them. "Miz Literature" is his main squeeze. The whole idea behind the film is to take a deeper look at racial stereotypes. Unfortunately it only succeeds in leeringly reinforcing them. The title of this film generated considerable controversy in the US. Many major newspapers refused to run the complete title, opting for ellipsis or publishing it in French. The NAACP lobbied unsuccessfully to have the name changed and some theaters refused to show the film. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Isaach de Bankolé
    Isaach de Bankolé - Man
  • Maka Kotto
    Maka Kotto - Bouba
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    Myriam Cyr - Miz Suicide
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    Susan Almgren - Miz Duras
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    Alexandra Innes - Miz Oh My God
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