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Foxy Brown (1974)
« on: July 27, 2013, 12:22:58 PM »




Foxy Brown is a 1974 Blaxploitation film written and directed by Jack Hill, and starring Pam Grier.

When her government-agent boyfriend is shot down by members of a drug syndicate, Foxy Brown (Pam Grier) seeks revenge. She links her boyfriend's murderers to a "modeling agency" run by Steve Elias (Peter Brown) and Miss Katherine (Kathryn Loder). Foxy decides to pose as a prostitute to infiltrate the company, and helps save a fellow black woman from a life of drugs and sexual exploitation. This leads Foxy to a variety of revenge-themed set-pieces (often violent and sexual) that range from cremating sex slave dealers to castrating a foe and presenting his severed genitals to his girlfriend.

Another great entry into this sub-genre courtesy of the duo of Hill and Grier, which originally started off life as a sequel to Coffy, but developed into more of a stand-alone film.