From the rain of Japan, through threats of arrest for 'public indecency' in Canada, and a birthday tribute to her father in Detroit, this documentary follows Madonna on her 1990 'Blond Ambition' concert tour. Filmed in black and white, with the concert pieces in glittering MTV color, it is an intimate look at the work of the music performer, from a prayer circle with the dancers before each performance to bed games with the dance troupe afterwards.
Bruce Cameron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The ultimate dare is to tell the truth.
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24 May 1991 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $543,250,
12 May 1991
Gross USA: $15,012,935
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $29,012,935
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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's first major tour of the 1990s beginning 13 April 1990 in Mukuhari, Japan and ending 5 August in Nice, France. The tour hit 27 cities and sold out every show except in Italy where one show was canceled due apparently to objections over its content. See more
Supposedly the live footage is filmed in the United States (she even greets the audience by saying 'Alright America do you believe in love' but they zoom out so far that you can't see her lips moving). In the United States Madonna was wearing the ponytail. In all the live footage she has curled hair. This means the show was actually filmed in Europe (according to the credits, it was in Paris). There are several references to the live footage being filmed in America, especially Like a Virgin in Toronto and Keep it Together (the technical problems) in Los Angeles, even though that footage was also filmed in Paris. See more
[about her fans
Even when I feel like shit, they still love me!
All through the end credits Madonna and her dancers' voices are heard getting ready for bed and after the credits are done Madonna is shown saying, "I'm just gonna push this button and the camera's gonna go off now. Ok?" See more
Video version, retitled "Madonna Truth or Dare", includes footage not in the original theatrical release. See more
Written by Norman Harris
(as Harris), Allan Wayne Felder
Six Strings Music, Lucky Three Music See more