Consideration, Respect, Moderation, Whitney.
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danielkercher wrote:So it's more honest to go down the gutter journalism route that the unofficial documentary takes?
It's at 88% at Rottentomatoes and pretty much every critic has said that it's very respectful, how Whitney came out as an incredible woman, and how it's sad and unfair what she went through. It's not gutter journalism! Or at least watch it before you judge it!
The official documentary if it does tackle the subject of Whitney's death will basically say 'Clive wrote a letter to try and save Whitney but she wouldn't listen', 'Cissy tried to help her but couldn't because Whitney was a grown woman', 'Perfect Pat loved Whitney and wanted the best for her', etc. They will not really talk about the real issues and really show that THEY also had a lot to do with her problems. That's why I'd rather see the official documentary simply talk about her music and legacy, cause with the family and Clive involved, they will come out as perfect and trying to help Whitney, but that she did what she wanted to do. In the Can I Be Me documentary, they show that they are not innocent and that each also had their own faults.
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