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Foxy Brown
(Foxy Brown)

by Jack HILL

Foxy Brown

Noticed in Hollywood in 1970 for her voluptuous physique while working as a switchboard operator for the distribution company AIP, Pam Grier quickly became the queen and sex-symbol of blaxploitation. In Foxy Brown – the title that spurred Tarantino’s Jackie Brown, which pays tribute to the actress – she plays an astute woman determined to avenge her FBI boyfriend, who was executed by a local drug syndicate. And while Pam Grier exudes charisma, sex appeal and a certain talent for fighting against unscrupulous white baddies (male and female), it would be pointless not to see the bold aggressiveness of this commercial production as offering a some kind of release for black audiences. JB

  • Titre français
    Foxy Brown
  • Original title
    Foxy Brown
  • Scénario
    Jack Hill
  • Photo
    Brick Marquard
  • Montage
    Chuck Mcclelland
  • Interprétation
    Pam Grier, Antonio Fargas, Peter Brown
  • Distribution
    MGM / Park Circus
  • Support de projection
    DCP
  • Sous-titrage
  • Ratio
    1:85

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