Release Date: 1979
R|1 hr 18 min
The late Richard Pryor influenced a generation of comedians of all races, and his scathing brand of satire is offered in full bloom in a live concert performance taped in Southern California in the 1970s. Utilizing exaggerated facial expressions, numerous obscenities and keen observation, as well as his acting experience and razor-sharp comic timing, Pryor delivers monologues on race, sex, family and any number of other topics. This documentary also includes music by Patti LaBelle.
Director: Jeff Margolis
Production Co: SEE Theater Network