Identity Crisis: On the night of a big fashion show, world-famous French designer Yves Malmaison is poisoned. The same night, his murderers are trying to kill Chilly D, a member of the popular rap group, The Funky Four. As Fancy dies on the street, a midget witch (grateful to him for handing her a beer earlier in the night) tries to do something to save him. The next day, as the body of Yves Malmaison is buried, his soul wakes up to find himself in Chilly D's body. Both souls are trapped inside the rapper's body, and every time he suffers a blow, they switch personalities. A tough black rapper becomes a fruity fashion designer and then back again.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||September 15, 1989|
|Director:||Melvin Van Peebles|
|Actors:||Al Nazario Hunter Bruce Smolanoff Calvert DeForest Coati Mundi Harsh Nayyar Helen Hanft Henry Yuk Ilan Mitchell-Smith Ken Prymus Kid Creole Mario Van Peebles Melvin Van Peebles Nicholas Kepros Olivia Brown Richard Clarke Richard Fancy Rick Aviles Stephen J Cannell|
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