Black Mama, White Mama

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MGM Released 1972

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Director:
Eddie Romero
Released:
1972
Rating:
R

Black Mama, White Mama is a film about two inmates that escape from a Philippine jail and seek refuge in the nearby jungle. Lee Daniels (Pam Grier) and Karen Brent (Margaret Markov) are both former prostitutes that have a history of not getting along with each other. While chained together to be transported to a different facility, they hatch a plot to breakout and reclaim their freedom by disguising themselves as nuns and exiting the compound. They must put aside their differences as it will take everything they can muster to elude the authorities who are intent on recapturing the two women. The films subplot follows a group of guerrila rebels in the jungle, an organization of which Margaret is a member and proponent. Their leader, Ernesto (Zaldy Zshornack), a gregarious and philosophical man, plays a key role in the fate of the two women and outcome of the film.

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Blaxploitation, Thrillers