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Mango Kiss is a 2004 American comedy film written and directed by Sascha Rice. The plot concerns love between two lesbian friends, Lou and Sassafras. It is based on the play Bermuda Triangles, written by Sarah Brown. The story for the play was based on the playwright's experience living within the lesbian subculture found in San Francisco in the 1990s.

Mango Kiss
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Directed bySascha Rice
Produced bySascha Rice
Joe Mellis
Erin O'Malley
Written bySarah Brown
Sascha Rice
StarringDanièle Ferraro
Michelle Wolff
Sally Kirkland
Music byMatthew Ferraro
CinematographyJohn Pirozzi
Edited byLauren Giordano
Cindy Parisotto
Release date
2004
Running time
84m
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

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Lou falls in love with her best friend Sassafras, who doesn't know. In order to bring their careers as performance artists forward, they move to San Francisco, where they get into the BDSM scene. Soon they start a princess/daddy role-play: Lou plays out a Sea Captain Daddy role and Sass takes on a brat princess.

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With a sly sense of humor and plenty of sex, Mango Kiss is a rollicking, sugar-coated spree through the wacky world of women-whipping-women. And, believe it or not, I'll kiss and tell you that at its heart Mango Kiss is an ode to old-fashioned romance.

— Miami gay & lesbian film festival[1]

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