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Canvas is groundbreaking Michael Jackson documentary broadcast

Canvas has the broadcasting rights acquired from the controversial new documentary Leaving Neverland about Michael Jackson.

In the documentary tell two men, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, how she as a child by Michael Jackson abuse were.

The four-hour long documentary, last week at the Sundance film festival in world premiere was, in the course of the month of march, two episodes aired.

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The documentary was made by the British filmmaker Dan Reed, who had previously mainly made movies about crime and terror, and a Bafta-award for his documentary The Paedophile Hunter.

Leaving Neverland had already created a buzz of attention. The relatives of Jackson condemned the documentary for the first impression. They speak of a ‘public lynching’.

The premiere was attended by Robson and Safechuck. The two men were given a standing ovation, but also threats from Jackson fans.

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