The life of Michael Jackson is a controversial one and a new documentary about the King of Pop doesn’t shy away from this fact. The two-part documentary called Leaving Neverland explores the experiences of two young boys who were befriended by Michael Jackson.
James Safechuck and Wade Robson, now well into their adult lives, tale recollections of sustained abuse through a series of gut-wrenching interviews and tell the complicated feelings that arose and forced both men to confront their experiences after both had a son of his own.
Directed by the Bafta-winning Dan Reed, Leaving Neverland has already sparked a heap of controversy, you can scope out the trailer below.
The documentary has been fast-tracked for Aussies and you can watch it on TenPlay (for free) right here.
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