Feelings and emotions can be deceiving and that's something, film critics, who studied journalism, should know about.
This documentary recalls the testimony of two alleged victims of pop star Michael Jackson. The first 40 minutes the films does a good job in presenting who they are to the general audience
After that, it all downhill. The documentary relies on telling the most horrible and graphic description of abuse as a way of "evidence" and knowing that film critics and cinephiles, who tend to go for emotions, especially the one of morbid nature, will take as the holy bible. The worst thing about it, is that so one sided, yet not a single "professional" review is talking about it