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Orgasmo Nero

Black Orgasm
Voodoo Baby / Orgasmo Nero 1 - Sex und Schwarze Magie / Sesso Nero - Caraibi Voodoo Baby

Italy/Dominican Republic 1980
produced by
Santo Domingo Universal
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Susan Scott (= Nieves Navarro), Richard Harrison, Lucia Ramirez, Mark Shannon (cameo)
written by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi), music by Stelvio Cipriani

Joe D'Amato's Carribean series

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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While her scientist husband Paul (Richard Harrison) is out investigating some native tribe on some Caribbean island, his wife Helen (Susan Scott) brings young native girl Ma-hini (Lucia Ramirez) back to her home from a visit to him. Soon enough everybody is charmed by young Ma-hini and everybody tries to get into her panties - but she is a lesbian and refuses all men. With one of Helen's female friends though she soon has sex on Helen's veranda - much to Helen's dismay, who immediately and furiously throws herself into the arms of a couple of men. But during one of her sex-sessions, Ma-hini comes in with a knife, trying to stab her mate. She ultimately fails, but now Helen realizes that Ma-hini is in love with her, and soon the two women embark on a lesbian relationship ...

Then Paul comes back, and he is less than pleased that his wife suddenly prefers Ma-hini to him and won't give in to his demands to send her away ... so when he catches Helen and Ma-hini in bed, he joins in and bluntly rapes Ma-hini. Far from being enraged, Helen thinks "it was good for her", and suddenly her sexual desire for her husband is re-awakened. As a result of course, she doesn't need Ma-hini anymore and she and Paul decide to send her back - even though she was cast out by her tribe when she decided to go with Helen in the first place.

Ultimately though, she seems to be welcomed back into her tribe with open arms in a weird ritual ... that culminates though with the killing of Paul. And now, Ma-hini and Helen can remain together forever ...


This is early 1980's Joe D'Amato at his best (or worst, depends on how you care to see it): The script is incredibly feeble and little more than a linking device for the sex scenes, the sex scenes occasionally cross the boundary to hardcore porn (with some scenes imported from D'Amato's own Porno Holocaust), weird voodoo rituals (that were probably invented on the spot) are used as a plot device, the attitude towards the native girl is both incredibly chauvinist and bluntly appaling, and quite simply put, Orgasmo Nero is a regular piece of sleaze (though you might have expected that from the title).

You might hate the film for its unreflected sleaziness ... but you might also love it for its sheer silliness ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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