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Compelling stories & important subject, but poorly executed
Look at Leah Remini's Scientology and the Aftermath for how to tell stories of abuse and survivors. In this they muddled the stories between episodes, and they were told incomplete and disjointed, with nothing linking them, which is a shame, because they deserved better. An episode on R. Kelly's predatory behavior in schools, another on the music industries lack of response, another on the sex tape, another on his childhood, others focusing on each survivor would have been more compelling.
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