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Depicts the way upper-class white women, and police officers, treated black maidservants in days past (based on a true story).
on February 4, 2016
I saw his on TV some years ago, and loved it. Then it was on again a month or more ago, and again it was wonderful. So I decided to get the disc in order that I could have a good laugh again whenever I liked: at the final expense of the typical white trash women from the southern United States depicted in the story. They used to treat their black women maids as slaves to do their every bidding and to raise their children from daybreak to dusk, all for peanuts: whilst at the same time in many cases treating them as tenth class citizens, and worse than their animals.
It depicted also the nasty beatings those damned Southern White Police Officers visited on the black women who didn't bow to their totally unreasonable demands. It seemed that beating the women with their night sticks (or whatever they're called) gave these vicious policemen the greatest of pleasure: regardless of the pain or broken bones they might cause.
The best part, however, was the special pie the servant lady made for her employer 'lady,' who didn't give her so much as a thank you for her "kindness."