Released: Jan 01st, 2004
Running Time: 84
Company: Robert Hill Releasing
Cast: Bruce Vain, Billy Banks, Elizabeth (I), Taylor (I), Boz, Ciera Sage, Austin O'Riley, Lisa Sparxxx, Junior King
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
While hubby's away, white gals with black men will play.
Interracial stereotyping and racial phobias are emphasized and seen in this often-humorous tale of twats and black men.
Picture poor mother and daughter, Austin O'Riley and Elizabeth (respectively). As soon as the man of the house goes off to war, two black dudes crawl into their open window. Looking like inebriated zombies, they very slowly stagger around, make grunts and one-syllable noises and for the most part invoke racial stereotypes prior to laying the lady of the house and her daughter. They eventually gain a normal vocabulary, and the women are more than happy with the results once they pop.
In separate scenes Elizabeth, Ciera Sage and Lisa Sparxxx all patiently wait until hubby has departed to bring in their black studs for some exercise in the sack. Cudos to Sparxxx for an excellent and determined effort to blow the elongated member of her well-endowed paramour.