Black Mama White Mama (1973)
Black Mama White Mama (1973) is a classic blaxploitation film directed by Eddie Romero. The movie follows two female prisoners, Lee Daniels (Pam Grier) and Karen Brent (Margaret Markov), who are forced to escape together after being chained together. Along the way, they must face off against a variety of enemies, including a sadistic prison warden and a gang of criminals.
The movie is known for its over-the-top action sequences and its sexualized moments. In one scene, Lee and Karen are chained together in a shower, and the camera lingers on their bodies. In another scene, Lee and Karen are forced to strip down to their underwear and fight each other in a mud pit. The camera focuses on their bodies as they struggle against each other.
The movie also features a number of suggestive moments between Lee and Karen. At one point, they share a passionate kiss, and in another scene, they embrace in a passionate embrace. These moments are not explicit, but they are suggestive enough to make the audience aware of the sexual tension between the two women.
Overall, Black Mama White Mama (1973) is a classic blaxploitation film that features a number of sexualized moments. While these moments are not explicit, they are suggestive enough to make the audience aware of the sexual tension between the two female protagonists.
Boobs galore throughout the movie, and several shots of old school shrubbery.
Women are shown showering, fully nude, breasts, butts, and pubic hair visible. The warden watches them shower and is aroused and touches her breasts and masturbates, almost to the point of orgasm.
Two women are shown in a "hot box" breasts visible.
A woman is shown being tortured with her breasts visible.
A man and woman are shown having sex. Lots of moaning is heard, but no nudity.
A man is shown a few times with topless women pampering him with massages or pedicures.
Two women are shown topless in their panties with a man who is in his underwear.