ALPHABETICAL LISTING (M-R)
Memoirs of a Geisha (2005): Rich Japanese man and his love for a prostitute.
The Mentalist (2008 – ): Agent Cho sexes a European female but they break up. Afterwards, she marries an insecure European male.
New York Undercover (1996): S03E08, East Asian hit-man dates Afro-Latina cop but she shoots him at story’s end. He dies, she cries.
Noble House (1988): Non-East Asian Khigh Dhiegh plays a drug lord named Four Finger Wu who has an East Asian mistress played by Eurasian Tia Carrere.
Pointman (1995): S02E04, series created by Joel Surnow, episode written by Shelly Goldstein, a rich Chinese man thinks the world of himself and offers to purchase a European female. When she refuses, he then tries to rape her but is foiled in the nick of time by European male protagonist Connie Harper (Jack Scalia). Afterwards, someone explains to Connie that East Asians customarily treat women as sexual objects and exert power through sexual exploitation.
Police Academy III (1986): Japanese male pays his fare in tuna dollars and has to be taught to have sex by a Nordic female.
The Proud Family (2001-2005): Accented East Asian father is annoyed that his son and daughter (from an East Asian mother) did not win a spelling competition.
Rambo: First Blood Part II (1987): Vietcong males enjoy prostitutes.
The Replacement Killers (1998): From MANAA: “Although Chow and leading-lady Sorvino (“Mighty Aphrodite”) are ideally matched as love interests, the story–in typical Hollywood fashion–doesn’t permit an Asian man to become romantically involved with a white woman.”
Rising Sun (1993): “In this film, the insidious threat of Japanese power is visually represented by the spectacle of miscegenation. The powerful Japanese men are literally surrounded by White women, mostly leggy blondes. Police officer Tom Graham (Harvey Keitel) tells us “They all want to fuck a Rose Bowl queen.” They keep a bordello-like residence for them and even have a luxurious bedroom hidden behind a secret panel in the boardroom. The point is driven home by one scene where short old Japanese businessmen pose with tall White chicks at a party. In another, a Japanese man eats sushi which has been laid out on all the most private parts of a young blonde while he dips a redhead’s breast in sake, only to suck it from her. “Plundering our natural resources,” the ever-colourful Graham comments.” [modelminority]
Romeo Must Die (2000): Afropean female has more romance with her brother (she actually kisses him) than with her East Asian lover (they do hold hands). Read more from Kim (2004).
Kim, J. 2004. The Legend of the White-and-Yellow Black Man: Global Containment and Triangulated Racial Desire in Romeo Must Die. Camera Obscura 19(1):