Two cousins from Miami are in the Mediterranean, enjoying life by scamming money off of rich women. One day, they read about a young woman set to inherit $50,000,000 from her father. At ... See full summary »
Kristin Scott Thomas
In Egypt, princess Maytes father is assassinated by 7 men, leaving her with the sacred three chains of gold. She decides to seek out the help of Prince in USA, and sends him a tape of her ... See full summary »
Three of the clubs are named after songs performed by the "owners": Glam Slam (from Prince's 1988 "Lovesexy" album), Pandemonium (from The Time's 1990 album of the same name) and Melody Cool (by Mavis Staples, from this film's soundtrack). See more »
Are there really angels, or are they just in our minds? It all comes out in the wash... in time.
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"May U Live 2 See the Dawn", as also seen at the tail end of the end credits of Prince's previous films "Purple Rain", "Under the Cherry Moon", and "Sign 'O' the Times". See more »
"graffiti bridge" follows on from "purple rain" prince's movie debut. It is quite a cult film and will only appeal to a limited audience. Visually it is very pleasant to the eye with more delicate choreography than in "purple rain" and musically its a real treat with a sound embraced in the technology of that era, but still lavished with prince's unique musical style. this movie expands on prince's spiritual ethos and retains a quirky mix of childlike innocence and adult sexuality. This movie is quite visionary for musicians as it offers some insight into the need for spiritual direction in music, as in all art. i enjoyed the movie and if you enjoyed movies such as "purple rain" or "interstella 5555" then i think you would probably enjoy this one.
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