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Release Date:
2 November 1990 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Music is the power. Love is the message. Truth is the answer.
Plot:
The unofficial sequel to 'Purple Rain' (1984). The Kid is now club owner and rival to Morris (Morris Day) who get into a fight for the Glam Slam Nightclub. | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
1 win & 5 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
"Awful" doesn't even BEGIN to describe this . . . See more (31 total) »

Cast

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Prince ... The Kid
Ingrid Chavez ... Aura

Morris Day ... Morris Day
Jerome Benton ... Jerome
Michael Bland ... Kid's Band
Phillip C ... Kid's Band
Rosie Gaines ... Kid's Band
Levi Seacer Jr. ... Kid's Band
Damon Dickson ... Kid's Band
Kirk Johnson ... Kid's Band
Tony Mosley ... Kid's Band
Miko Weaver ... Kid's Band
Garry Johnson ... The Time (as Jellybean)
Jesse Johnson ... The Time

Jimmy Jam ... The Time
Terry Lewis ... The Time
Monte Moir ... The Time

Mavis Staples ... Melody Cool

George Clinton ... Himself

Tevin Campbell ... Tevin
T.C. Ellis ... T.C.
Robin Power ... Robin
Jill Jones ... Jill
Tracey Bass ... Glam Slam Dancer (as Tracey M. Bass)
Kimberly Arland ... Glam Slam Dancer (as Kimberly Dionne)
Barbara Koval ... Glam Slam Dancer
Monique Mannen ... Glam Slam Dancer
David Robertson ... Glam Slam Dancer
Rocky Santo ... Glam Slam Dancer
Jonathan Webb ... Glam Slam Dancer
J.D. ... Melody Cool Choir
Jearlyn Steele ... Melody Cool Choir (as Jearilyn)
Jevetta Steele ... Melody Cool Choir (as Jevetta)
Fred ... Melody Cool Choir
Patrick Adams ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Stevo Armani ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Atlanta Bliss ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Mallia Franklin ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Morris Hayes ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Eric Leeds ... George Clinton's Funkestra

London ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Scott March ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Spark ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Steve Star ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Kenneth D. Towns ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Chris 'Doctor D.' Worthy ... George Clinton's Funkestra
Shari Bridell ... Female On-Looker
David E. Williams ... Male On-Looker (as David Earl Williams)
Scott Parham ... Clinton's House Bouncer
Todd Rask ... Limo Driver
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joel Edwards ... Doorman (uncredited)

Missy Rae Hansen ... Party Girl (uncredited)
Keith E. Lane ... Street Vendor (uncredited)
Adam Ward ... Little Benny (uncredited)

Directed by
Prince 
 
Writing credits
Prince (written by)

Produced by
Simon Edery .... associate producer
Peter MacDonald .... executive producer
Randy Phillips .... producer
Craig Laurence Rice .... co-producer (as Craig Rice)
Arnold Stiefel .... producer
 
Original Music by
Prince 
 
Cinematography by
Bill Butler 
 
Film Editing by
Conrad M. Gonzalez  (as Conrad Gonzalez)
Rebecca Ross 
Hubert de La Bouillerie (uncredited)
 
Casting by
Lynn Blumenthal 
 
Production Design by
Vance Lorenzini 
 
Set Decoration by
Jerry Wanek 
 
Costume Design by
Helen Hiatt 
Jim Shearon 
 
Makeup Department
Phillip Carreon .... hair stylist
Donna Deisher .... makeup artist
Jeannie Holmes .... assistant makeup artist
Earl Jones .... hair stylist
Deborah Lake .... makeup artist
Bethany McCalla .... makeup artist
Andrea Morgan .... hair stylist: Morris Day
Cheryl Ann Nick .... head makeup artist (as Cheryl Nick)
 
Production Management
Simon Edery .... unit production manager
Louis G. Friedman .... production manager
Larry Sherwood .... electronic post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Frank Davis .... first assistant director
Robert C. Ewald Jr. .... second second assistant director
Jack Gallagher .... first assistant director
Regina Gordon .... second assistant director
Lee Alan McConnell .... second assistant director (as Lee McConnell)
Diana Pappajohn .... second second assistant director
Kelly Schroeder .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Paul Balelo .... assistant property master
David Benrud .... set dresser
Marty Cusack .... property master
Damon Hight .... lead carpenter
Sean Hobbs .... assistant production designer
Mike Lanham .... lead man
Brick Mason .... production illustrator
Guy Mennano .... construction coordinator
Sotera Tschetter .... assistant set dresser
 
Sound Department
David A. Arnold .... sound editor
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Gerard Bonnette .... boom operator
Charles Cochran .... sound technician
Patrick Cyccone Jr. .... sound mixer
Christine Danelski .... sound editor (as Chris Danielski)
Harald Danker .... sound engineer
Susan Dudeck .... sound editor
Arnold Finkelstein .... assistant sound editor
Christopher Flick .... sound editor
Tommy Goodwin .... adr mixer
Tommy Goodwin .... foley mixer
Allen Hartz .... supervising adr editor
Dave Kulczycki .... sound editor
Maria Lee Silver .... assistant sound editor
Martin Maryska .... supervising sound editor
Amy Morris .... assistant sound editor
Preston Oliver .... adr recordist
Matthew Quast .... sound mixer
Demetrius Ross .... recording artist
Jay R. Schwartz .... sound technician (as Jay Schwartz)
Robert Thirlwell .... sound mixer
Dan Wallin .... sound mixer
Christopher Weir .... assistant sound editor (as Chris Weir)
David Williams .... foley editor
 
Special Effects by
Michael Berglund .... special effects
Thomas M. Ficke .... special effects technician
Tom Flicke .... special effects
Paul Murphy .... special effects
Chuck Schulthies III .... special effects (as Chuck Schultes Jr.)
Jor Van Kline .... special effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Janet Brady .... stunt double: Aura
Jophery C. Brown .... stunt coordinator (as Jophery Brown)
Jophery C. Brown .... stunt double: Clinton's Guard (as Jophery Brown)
Jaimi Cavitt .... motorcycle stunt double
Brad Orrison .... motorcycle stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Roy Bennett .... theatrical lighting director
Don Bixby .... gaffer
Elden Bleck .... still photographer
Greg Bubb .... Steadicam operator (as Gregg Bubb)
John Burch .... best boy grip
Peter Clemence .... dolly grip: B camera
Charles Cochran .... lighting and design technician
Tom Countryman .... dolly grip
Joe D'Alessandro .... first assistant camera (as Joe D'Allessandro)
Nick Dangeur .... second assistant camera
Peter J. Donoghue .... best boy
Moe Flaherty .... second assistant camera
Craig Foster .... grip
Timothy Gannon .... second assistant camera
Ezra Gold .... video assist
Mark Karen .... camera operator
Joel King .... camera operator
Victor Korte .... key grip
Ron Kunecke .... musco light operator
Mac Mosier .... theatrical lighting operator
Mike Moyer .... gaffer
Doug Pipan .... electrician
Jerry Pope .... camera operator
Greg Potter .... first assistant camera
Jay R. Schwartz .... lighting and design technician (as Jay Schwartz)
Michael Shanman .... rigging gaffer
Bob Vaaler .... playback operator
Joseph F. Valentine .... camera operator
Greg Winter .... camera operator
Jim Zabilla .... first assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Peter Wise .... additional casting
Scott McCullough .... casting coordinator (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Azzedine Alaïa .... wardrobe: Jill Jones
Sister A. Daniels .... costumer (as Sister Daniels)
Sara Daubney .... costume supervisor
David Maderich .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Christopher S. Capp .... assistant film editor: Los Angeles
Peter Fandetti .... first assistant editor
Daniel J. Geiger .... assistant editor: Minneapolis
Paula Greatbatch .... assistant editor: Los Angeles (as Paula Suhy)
Lucinda Guard .... assistant editor: Minneapolis
Jimmy Hill .... assistant editor: Los Angeles (as James B. Hill)
Darren T. Holmes .... assistant editor: Los Angeles (as Darren Holmes)
Martin Allan Kloner .... assistant editor: Los Angeles (as Martin Kloner)
Ruben R. Munoz .... first assistant editor
Carolyn Olman .... post-production coordinator
David Pincus .... editor: video tape
Steve Purcell .... supervising video editor
Charles Randazzo .... editor: video tape
Richard Stachelek .... assistant editor: Minneapolis
Ann Trulove .... assistant editor: Los Angeles
 
Location Management
Jim Lillhei .... location manager
 
Music Department
Franklin Jones Jr. .... music engineer (as Frank Jones)
Michael Koppelman .... music score mixing
Kevin Nolting .... assistant music editor
Ted Whitfield .... music editor
James D. Young .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Phillip Billey .... transportation coordinator
Steve Brantseg .... transportation
Jeff Ferraro .... transportation captain
Grant Hutchins .... transportation
Kean Mayers .... transportation
Robbe Paster .... transportation
Jon Richie .... transportation
 
Other crew
Kimberly Arland .... assistant to choreographer (as Kimberly Dionne)
Hucky Austin .... security officer
Randall Scott Barton .... unit publicist (as Randall Barton)
Sharon Birkebek .... craft service
Robert Borm .... intern technician
Harry Brand .... stand-in: Morris Day
Mark Carlisle .... veri light tech
Caryn Countryman .... craft service
Celestine Crofton .... assistant production accountant
Gilbert Davidson .... head of security
Danetta DePietro-Dykstra .... stand-in: Ingrid Chavez
Lou Eyrich .... assistant: Helen Hiatt
Paul Froid .... assistant technician
Perry George .... set live cable
Ezra Gold .... set live cable
Sal Greco .... chief technical engineer
Mark Hanft .... first aid
Steve Harding .... assistant: Mr. Macdonald
Julie Hartley .... production coordinator
Derick Henry .... security officer
Maureen Herman .... production aide
Kirk Johnson .... additional choreographer
Darry Johnston .... production assistant
Linda Kuusisto .... script supervisor
Matthew Larson .... band crew chief technician (as Matt Larson)
Bradley Marsh .... drum technician (as Brad Marsh)
Wrye Martin .... assistant script supervisor
Guy Messenger .... set production assistant
Mitch Mortenson .... assistant technician
Eric Mueller .... production secretary (as Eric West Mueller)
Duane Nelson .... security officer
Olivia .... art murals
Dale Polansky .... veri light tech
Bob Reddy .... keyboard technician
Amy Rick .... assistant: Mr. Rice
Demetrius Ross .... funkologist
Abby Ruben .... production secretary
Otis Sallid .... choreographer
Therese Stouul .... administrative assistant: PRN
Douy Swofford .... title designer
Shannon Thew .... set production assistant
Andrew von Bank .... set production assistant
Jill Willis .... public relations
Jonathan Wolf .... production accountant (as John Wolf)
Michael Etoll .... utility (uncredited)
 

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95 min
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Certification:
Australia:PG | Finland:K-8 | Iceland:L | UK:12 (theatrical rating) (DVD rating) | UK:15 (video rating) | USA:PG-13

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Trivia:
Though they've both appeared together on "Purple Rain", this film marks the first and only time the Kid ever speaks to Morris onscreen.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
The Kid:Are there really angels, or are they just in our minds? It all comes out in the wash... in time.
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Soundtrack:
Joy In RepetitionSee more »

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12 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
"Awful" doesn't even BEGIN to describe this . . ., 18 April 2000
Author: BrianG from California

Where do you start? I would rather sit through a nonstop marathon of Madonna's movies; I would rather be chained to a stake and have to fight off a horde of ravenous crocodiles while watching Richard Simmons and 300 fat women sweating to the oldies; I would rather listen to a recording of Fran Drescher singing the aria from "The Barber of Seville" in SurroundSound than ever have to sit through this thing again. Absolutely everything about this film is absolutely awful. The ultimate vanity project. Even if you like his music, forcing yourself to submit to this boring, pretentious, disjointed tribute by an egomaniac to himself isn't worth it. Buy the album if you must. Avoid this steaming pile of offal at all costs.

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