The intense responses to the R. Kelly, Britney Spears (who, unlike the others on the list, is not portrayed a predator but rather a woman much preyed upon), Michael Jackson, and Woody Allen documentaries have surprised filmmakers – after all, most of the info was already part of the public record. One producer: “The loudest and most impactful documentaries … [have] something that can connect to the viewer on a personal level, which makes all the difference.” – Washington Post

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