Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Italian Black Maid passes itself off as a satire of racism. One look at the title character in her very tight, very brief costumes, however, and we know exactly what audience the film is really aiming for. Our heroine is hired by a man who considers the day wasted if he can't spew forth a steady stream of bigoted epithets. The maid gets revenge verbally (she's quite a match for her boss in the profanity department) and, of course, sexually. As a result, her employer is driven absolutely crazy -- though in his case, it's less of a drive and more of a short putt.
cross-cultural-relations, maid, racism, seduction, sex