Micheal Jackson’s Documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ Stirs Controversy
Micheal Jackson’s four-hour long documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ was premiered globally on Friday at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The documentary addressed Legendary singer Micheal Jackson, revealing some drastic secrets of the celebrity’s sexual abuse.
Micheal Jackson’s Two Shades
Basically, Dan Reed’s documentary focused the allegations on Micheal Jackson of sexually abusing young boys. Two witnesses were there to narrate their stories. They are Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
The creator of ‘Leaving Neverland’ collected facts by digging the past via authentic tools of evidence.
The two victims Safechuck, 40 and Robson, 36, have cynically reported that they have been molested by Jackson at his Neverland Ranch when they were 10 and 7, respectively.
According to a veteran critic Ehrlich, ‘Leaving Neverland’ has comprehensively exposed Robson and Safechuck’s allegations to the world.
‘Not only do the documentary’s two main subjects perfectly corroborate their separate accounts in all of the most tragic of ways, but they do so with a degree of vulnerability that denies any room for skepticism,’
The singer, however, negated all these blame in his life and so did his estate.
His estate stated it’s view “an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in” on the singer, who died in 2009.
Micheal Jackson’s Matchless Voice
Sundance festival, in fact, became a Klutzy show where the documentary is highlighting Micheal Jackson in his devil mode, whereas his music receives immense acclamation by the listeners. Thus the whole event became a great social media meme.
In contrast to the grave documentary subject, A lounge (automaker Acura) played “Billie Jean” into Park City’s Swede Alley. This was really weird and the walking by pedestrians couldn’t decide how to respond.
Moreover, the nightclub Tao played a Micheal Jackson mashup (5 hit songs) comprising “Rock With You” and “The Way You Make Me Feel”. This Saturday night pop up went viral among the Hollywood staff and filmmakers etc.
The Critics On Leaving Neverland
While another critic Fienberg has his own point of view, ‘Reed knows that Leaving Neverland isn’t going to “win.”‘
According to the critic, Micheal Jackson is dead and has left his fanatical listeners. Leaving Neverland creator aims to provide Robson and Safechuck with a safe platform to share their experience as they want to.
Whatever be the allegations, nothing can beat Micheal Jackson’s voice still after a decade after his demise.
David Ehrlich has given him a tribute by the following words,
‘You’ll never listen to Michael Jackson the same way again’.