Set in modern-day Detroit, Soul Kittens Cabaret focuses on a club that is heavy on talent and sex appeal, but is struggling business-wise, thanks to back-door deals, shady characters and shaky practices that impact an eager newbie (Sara-Allison Duke), the flamboyant club owner (Joe "Miss Sophia" Taylor) and its veteran performers (Silena Murrell, Crystale Wilson, Monifah Carter, Tondy Gallant, Erica Smith and Nicci Gilbert). Being human, all of them are motivated by a Good Conscience and Bad Conscience, so the women, like many in real life, alternate from being encouraging girlfriends one minute and acid-tongued, back-stabbing vipers in the next. The men (Terrell Carter, Donald Gray, Dave Tolliver, Blu Mitchell and Taylor) also have their own demons to slay, so coincidentally, the performers at the Soul Kitten Cabaret become caught up in those battles as well.
Without giving too much away, Brandy (Duke) is a talented, yet naïve dancer who finds her way to the Detroit club, where she meets immediate resistance from the ladies since she's there to replace one of them. Along the way, she falls in love, learns how unglamorous things really are for Soul Kittens and gets exposed to seedy elements like drug use, extortion and exploitation, which sends them all on a collision course to disaster until they find a way to unite, forgive and move forward. ... continue reading review>> http://www.soultracks.com/dvd-reviews-soul-kttens