The Love You Save
Leaving Neverland. It's upsetting, but everyone should watch. I found the two men very convincing. They speak of a lot of detail. Detail I think would be hard to improvise. It's graphic and shows abuse in a way you don't often see. What does it mean for Jackson's musical legacy? Can we separate the man and his art? If you listen, are you complicit? I have no idea. I'm not sure if I can. Jackson spoke of the looking at The Man In The Mirror. I guess he wasn't looking quite close enough.