Maybe blacks do have more fun, but if I had to prove that statement in court, I don't think I'd want to use this film as evidence. This latest entry in the burgeoning line of interracial adult productions features seven sex scenes, only two of which are black-on-black (if you don't count a threesome).
For plot fanatics, innocent young Athena Starr is hired by an older black couple to learn the ins and outs of being a personal maid. After some very detailed training sessions, Starr goes to work on the couple's son (who is white) and the "crazy" uncle. Even for a shot-on-video feature, the sex here is prosaic and unoriginal. It is Starr, the white actress, who seems to put the most interest in her scenes.
Another feature that may turn off black customers is a jive talkin' "host" in whiteface makeup who appears in between sex scenes to comment on the action. If he doesn't take the film seriously, why should the audience?
Do blacks have more fun? To listen to the makers of this film, they may . . . but only with whites.