Producer David Gest said the documentary aimed to set the record straight about the late King of Pop, who died in 2009.
“I woke up one morning and said I’m going to make a movie about Michael’s life because I was tired of reading … all these tales that were so fictitious, and I thought let’s set the story straight but let’s give the people a movie that says something new,” Gest said.
Gest said the film features interviews with family and close friends, as well as never before seen footage and photographs of the star.
“I’ve been around them and seen how they are and they are aware of it,” she said. “They’re dealing with it OK from what I understand, what I’ve seen, as best can be expected.”
The movie was released on DVD and Blu-ray in Britain on Monday.
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