Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Skin Deep |
Actors: Steve White, Debra Wilson, Kristen Shaw, Mailon Rivera, Jon Read
Director: Sacha Parisot
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama
Skin Deep is a psychological thriller about love, sex, race, and betrayal involving an interracial couple, a black couple, and a mistress. The two men (Anthony and Michael) are successful in the high tech world of Silicon ... more »
Tanika is right on!!!
Third World | Bronx, NY United States | 01/17/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This could very well be the worse movie ever made. The writing is grade school at best and all the Black characters are over-sexed and mindless. The white character however, is the most rational one. Now there's a surprise. It's interesting how Black people have finally accepted decades upon decades of stereotypes and now regurgitate them for a buck. This movie makes 'Soul Plane' look like a masterpiece. Okay, maybe not, but just the same, bypass this film and read 'The Challenge of Blackness' by Lerone Bennett. There's a chapter in there entitled 'The Task of the Black Artist' that means just as much today as it did back then."
Jack Mann | Bronx, NY USA | 09/07/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hey you get to see Debra Wilson's from Mad TV bare (...). I've been waiting a long time for that."
Tension-filled, gritty drama
Anais | 08/20/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Is this is your genre -- tension-filled, gritty drama, get ready to need a full body massage after you watch this one. You will be on the edge of the couch from minute one, as the stakes never stop escalating and the twists keep coming. Throw in some kinky sex, clever humor, and some unique examination of reverse prejudice, not usually explored... and you've got a recipe for muscle ache. But in a good way. : ) Enjoy."
Silly and attention getting
Jan Madkins | Merced, CA | 03/09/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"With so many murders, one is driven to watch this movie, BUT the characters are simply not believable. Four stars for the story but NO stars for the characters."