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Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient) made her film debut swapping spit with Prince in this vanity piece directed by the rock legend himself. Prince plays a self-styled gigolo and musician in the south of France, and unlike his interesting grimness inPurple Rain, his character's affect is like one big, walking smirk here. Shot in black and white, the film is handsome enough to look upon for awhile. But even for people who admire Prince for his prodigious musical talents, the Song of Myself stuff in the movie is overwhelming.--Tom Keogh
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CastSteven Berkoff, Francesca Annis, Jerome Benton, Guy Cuevas, Jean Allaz
DVD Release Date:  August 24, 2004
Runtime:  98 minutes
Studio:  Warner Home Video
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review by . December 02, 2007
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I watched "Under the Cherry Moon" this past weekend for the first ever, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm surprised it has such bad reviews and was awarded with those Razzie's:    1987 Razzie Awards: Worst Director: Prince  1987 Razzie Awards: Worst Supporting Actor: Jerome Benton  1987 Razzie Awards: Worst Picture  1987 Razzie Awards: Worst Actor: Prince  1987 Razzie Awards: Worst Screenplay nominee  1987 Razzie Awards: Worst …
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