Set to the backdrop of planation life in 18th century Suriname, Hoe Duur Was de Sulker (2013) tells the story of a spoiled young plantation girl's tumultuous love life. Gaite Jansen plays Sarith Fernandes who's beauty is unmatched however her quest to find true love is curbed by her tempestuous personality. Her mulatto half sister, Mini-Mini (Yootha Wong-Loi Sing) is her most trusted confidant and servant who spends the film in the shadows of her privileged sister but remains loyal to her despite her role as a plantation slave.
The film's title translates literally to "The Cost of Sugar" which is exactly what we get with this modestly sleepy period piece....a whole lot of it. Yootha Wong-Loi Sing pretty much spends the entire film sans top as she does everyday tasks such as fetching water and dressing her sexy co-stars. Speaking of which; whether she's on the receiving end of sponge bath or getting banged on a dining room table, there is no denying that Gaite Jansen's supple breasts are dam near perfect. They say that too much sugar is bad for you. After seeing this film, we have to respectfully disagree.