Join us as we pay homage to one of 2016's greatest casualties. Check out Prince's dreamy black and white 1986 directorial debut, Under The Cherry Moon, in which he plays a 1930s gigalo that woos a rich debutante.
Some reviews from the web:
"It's strange that so few critics seemed to understand that it's a silly film, purposefully so, and tried to use their prose to laugh at it - as if Prince weren't laughing way ahead of them. He was TELLING the joke."
"Prince does more for movie musicals than any performer since Frank Sinatra and more for bared midriffs than any sex symbol since Little Egypt. Forgive me, Madonna, but it's true."