This new unedited footage tapped by Michael Jackson's team in Neverland, offers a true representation of the controversial TV special "Living with Michael Jackson" of Martin Bashir, very far from the twisted initial broadcast.
At the height of his stardom, the world's biggest pop star, Michael Jackson, began long-running relationships with two boys, aged seven and ten, and their families. They now allege that he sexually abused them.
Through the eyes of the original jurors, this series re-examines some of the most controversial cases of "The People v. Michael Jackson," "The People v. OJ Simpson," "The People v. George Zimmerman" and "The People v. Robert Durst".
Kevin Charles Gauntner
The video begins with dozens of people of different ages, ethnicities and races holding hands. Long lines of people were stretched over mountains, across highways, in a forest and on the ... See full summary »
Using interviews with friends, family, journalists and those involved in Michael Jackson's career, past and present, as well as extensive archive footage, this documentary addresses the ... See full summary »
Watching this documentary on the life of an entertainer I liked as a kid It's sad to see what Michael has done to himself. His bizzare behavior coupled with the way he denys how much plastic surgery he had, Makes it clear the man needs help from a phsyciatrist. It was sickening the way he treated his youngest son by dangling him over a window balcony in Germany, along with other admissions that here horrific. Some people have criticized Martin Bashir because he was try to make Jackson look bad. He didn't have to, Jackson did it himself. When Bashir asks him how many surgeries he had, Michael says no more than two which is a flat out lie. You can't tell me by looking at him twenty years ago to today that he's only had two! Also his extravagent spending in Las Vegas makes me wonder where he gets his money? (I'm not sure owning the rights to the Beatles songbook covers everything.) Michael Jackson is sadly not even a shadow of his former self. From the time he was the young lead singer of the Jackson Five, to the early 80's when he was at his most popular, to finally what he is today.
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