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EntertainmentDocumentary Accusing Michael Jackson of Sexually Abusing Boys to Premiere at Sundance

00:30  10 january  2019
00:30  10 january  2019 Source:   rollingstone.com

Michael Jackson Estate Slams 'Leaving Neverland' Documentary Over Sexual Abuse Allegations

Michael Jackson Estate Slams 'Leaving Neverland' Documentary Over Sexual Abuse Allegations The documentary is set to premiere at Sundance on Jan. 25.

Leaving Neverland, a documentary that accuses Michael Jackson of sexually abusing a pair of young boys , is set to premiere at the 2019 Sundance It’s unclear which of Jackson ’s accusers are the focus of Leaving Neverland. As the Wrap notes, the two brothers who accused Jackson of

Leaving Neverland, a documentary that accuses Michael Jackson of sexually abusing a pair of young boys , is set to premiere at the 2019 Sundance The two-part, 233-minute Leaving Neverland, named after Jackson ’s famed California ranch, will receive its world premiere as part of the festival’s

Documentary Accusing Michael Jackson of Sexually Abusing Boys to Premiere at Sundance© Provided by Penske Media Corporation Michael Jackson 'Dangerous Tour', Wembley Stadium, London, Britain - Aug 1992

Leaving Neverland, a documentary that accuses Michael Jackson of sexually abusing a pair of young boys, is set to premiere at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.

“At the height of his stardom, Michael Jackson began long-running relationships with two boys, aged 7 and 10, and their families,” the film’s synopsis states. “Now in their 30s, they tell the story of how they were sexually abused by Jackson, and how they came to terms with it years later.”

The two-part, 233-minute Leaving Neverland, named after Jackson’s famed California ranch, will receive its world premiere as part of the festival’s Special Events category.

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(9 Jan 2019) SUNDANCE ADDS MICHAEL JACKSON NEVERLAND DOC ABOUT ACCUSERS A documentary film about two boys who accused The film is produced and directed by BAFTA-winning director Dan Reed. The Sundance Film Festival kicks off on Jan 24 and runs through Feb.

See Also. Documentary Accusing Michael Jackson of Sexually Abusing Boys to Premiere at Sundance . Gifts, trips and other high-life perks are lavished on family members, yet both boys ’ mothers recall how they’d consistently be separated from their sons whenever the chance arose.

Dan Reed, who previously helmed the documentaries The Pedophile Hunters and Three Days of Terror: The Charlie Hebdo Attacks, directed and produced Leaving Neverland.

It’s unclear which of Jackson’s accusers are the focus of Leaving Neverland. As the Wrap notes, the two brothers who accused Jackson of molestation in the singer’s 2005 criminal trial are now only in their 20s. Choreographer Wade Robson, now 36, filed a sexual abuse lawsuit against Jackson in 2013, claiming Jackson molested him when he was seven years old. That lawsuit was dismissed in December 2017.

In addition to Leaving Neverland, Sundance also added The Brink, a documentary about Steve Bannon’s time in the Trump White House, to its 2019 slate. This year’s Sundance runs from January 24th to February 4th in Utah.

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