kid 90

As a teenager in the '90s, Soleil Moon Frye carried a video camera everywhere she went. She documented hundreds of hours of footage and then locked it away for over 20 years.

  • Released: 2021-03-12
  • Runtime: 71 minutes
  • Genre: Documentaries
  • Stars: Soleil Moon Frye, David Arquette, Stephen Dorff, Balthazar Getty, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Brian Austin Green, Tori Leonard, Heather McComb, Buzz Aldrin, Dana Ashbrook, Jeffrey Ballard, Jonathan Brandis, Marlon Brando, Adam Carolla, Leonardo DiCaprio, Corey Feldman, Sara Gilbert, Jenny Lewis, Sasha Jenson, Emmanuel Lewis, Mario L√≥pez, Paul Newman, Justin Pierce, Charlie Sheen, Michael Rapaport, Jonathan Silverman, Mark Wahlberg, Johnny Depp
  • Director: Soleil Moon Frye
 Comments
  • mcorbishley-88590 - 8 May 2023
    Self involved rich kids
    Basically this movie or should I say documentary shows nothing but self-involvement and what the industry actually does to children. Then transitions into just basically about Soleil. It involves drug use and the fact that all these child stars parents were never involved because they were too busy with their children making money. I personally wouldn't recommend it as it basically documents unsupervised children and adult men who really shouldn't be hanging around the children of this age. It really just doesn't amaze me. I get what she was trying to do when she made the movie however it just comes off as being privileged.
  • NickB1980 - 20 February 2022
    Sad Nostalgia
    In the summer of 1990, I turned 16 years old. This documentary hit me hard with sad nostalgia. I was sad that certain things happened and sad that I can't go back to relive it. All of these young stars were having fun but also going through difficult life situations. One of the crushes of my youth was Jonathan Brandis when he was starring in SeaQuest. That part of the documentary hit me really hard. Most of us think that Hollywood stars are immune to pain because of the fame and money, but that's just not true. You get to see the human side in this documentary. There are no Hollywood masks outside of a film shoot. These were kids being kids before the age of social media and instant judgments from jealous haters. This footage is important. It was as if the universe wanted her to record these memories to share in a future documentary. I was very anxious while watching it because of the nostalgia of my youth, but it was worth every minute to get a glimpse into the lives and struggles of these young stars. If only the ones who left this world too soon were still with us today.