Graffiti Bridge (1990)

Director: Prince

Writer(s): Prince

Starring: Prince, Morris Day, Ingrid Chavez, Jerome Benton, Rosie Gaines, Levi Seacer Jr., Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Michael Bland, Phillip C, Damon Dickson, Kirk Johnson, Tony Mosley, Miko Weaver, Garry “Jellybean” Johnson, Jesse Johnson, Monte Moir, Mavis Staples, George Clinton, Tevin Campbell, T.C. Ellis, Robin Power, Jill Jones, Tracey Bass, Kimberly Arland, Barbara Koval, Monique Mannen, David Robertson, Rocky Santo, Jonathan Webb, J.D., Jearlyn Steele, Jevetta Steele, Fred, Patrick Adams, Stevo Armani, Atlanta Bliss, Mallia Franklin, Morris Hayes, Eric Leeds, London, Scott March, Spark, Steve Star, Kenneth D. Towns, Chris ‘Doctor D.’ Worthy, Shari Bridell, David E. Williams, Scott Parham, Todd Rask, Joel Edwards, Missy Rae Hansen, Keith E. Lane, Adam Ward

Synopsis: Graffiti Bridge is the unofficial sequel to Purple Rain. In this movie, The Kid and Morris Day are still competitors and each runs a club of his own. They make a bet about who writes the best song and the Kid’s club is on the line. But the Kid has become a brooding character who writes letters to his dead father and ponders spirituality. Under the Graffiti Bridge in the park, he meets Aura, an angel-like poet with whom he falls in love. Once again, Morris tries to steal his girl, and in the end, she dies in a tragic accident. But not in vain, she has given the Kid his edge back, and Morris gives in and lets him keep the club after hearing the moving ballad the Kid composed.

Release Date: November 2, 1990 (USA) | Length: 95 min | Genre: Drama, Music, Musical | MPAA Rating: PG-13

Note: I wasn’t able to identify everyone.

 

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