There's the "delectable" Maria Cosway -- a beautiful, intellectual, cosmopolitan, sophisticated artist, composer, and socialite. And then there's Sally -- the "markedly immature, semi-educated, teen-age virgin." Which one will the amorous Jefferson in Paris pick? The earthy Sally gradually eclipses the angelic Maria. "It's unspeakable," spits young Patsy Jefferson, at the thought of her idolized father and her caramelized maid in flagrante delicto. What's more unspeakable is the ruthless climactic deal a suddenly soulless Jefferson forces on his pathetic pregnant pickaninny in this 1995 film.