This compelling Documentary moves beyond the spotlight and past the attention-grabbing headlines to give pop superstar Chris Brown a chance to tell his own story. New interviews with the international phenomenon reveal long-awaited answers about his passion for making music, his tumultuous and much publicized relationships, and the pitfalls of coming of age in the public eye. Also included is new concert footage, behind-the-scenes access, and special interviews from Usher, Jennifer Lopez, DJ Khaled, Mike Tyson, Jamie Foxx and others.
Plot of the biography shows his rise to fame but basically sets him up to be a victim of labels and how his success has been ruined because of Rihanna. It seems like a pathetic call for pity without owning up for his actions. At first I thought this was some crazy celebrity nouveau-art-ironic-satirical piece but sad to say it isn't.
For fans who are watching it to justify and validate their belief that he is changed, you will be sorely disappointed.
For fans who are watching it since they believe it was just a bad PR moment that ruined a respectable man, I would suggest reading the official police statement pdfs of the incident.
Uninformative biography, an attempt to excuse abuse and violence. Not sure why his PR team thought it would be okay for him to make this documentary and dig up the past since the angle of his biography is poorly executed.
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