- Jacques Marbeuf plays the father, non-sex
- Carmelo Petix plays the priest, non-sex
- Piotr Stanislas plays Edouard, the son
- Dominique Saint-Clair (Gil Lagardère) plays Etienne, a friend of Edouard
- Cyril Val plays a 'Zen' friend of Edouard
- Manu Pluton plays Muna, the 'secret' African son of Edouard's father
Ghislaine has been promised to Edouard, but his eventual return from Africa with Barbara, whom he presents as his girlfriend, creates some problems in the family. A good comedy about the interracial integration and the "stupid human" social and religious racism.
Edourd's parents are disapointed when they meet Baba, their son's fiancée. She is beautiful, but black. While the father lays the maid, and the mother takes care of Etienne, Baba, in order to be accepted prepares an aphrodisiac beverage that she offers to the whole family. Suddenly the Great Bagwan (Cyril Val) appears who knows how to use his "Zen Zen Zen" (an African word for the male organ). The film ends with an orgy and a family portrait.
Prophilo, translating from a review originally published in La Saison Cinematographique 1981.
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