Foxy Brown

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Time Out says

Grier's follow-up to Coffy, also scripted and directed by Hill, lacks all the fine, subversive qualities she lent that film. She continues the avenger role, but in much diluted form, simply exacting retribution for the murder of her narcotics officer boyfriend (gone is Coffy's environment of all-pervasive and over-weening corruption); and in any case this is subsumed in a general racial tone, with every white within spitting distance made a bigot, for the sole purpose of milking audience reactions in the most blatant way possible. Grier is an actress able to convey an amazing and unflinching strength, and she reveals the film for the dross it is.
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Release details

UK release:

1974

Duration:

91 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Jack Hill

Cast:

Terry Carter, Peter Brown, Kathryn Loder, Antonio Fargas, Pam Grier, Sid Haig

Music:

Willie Hutch

Art Director:

Kirk Axtell

Editor:

Chuck McClelland

Cinematography:

Brick Marquand

Screenwriter:

Jack Hill

Producer:

Buzz Feitshans

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