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Movie review: “Who Framed Britney Spears?”, Dir. Samantha Stark | Sensation and misery

Britney Spears, the great teenage star of the late 90s, active on the music scene to this day, will turn 40 this year. But half of her career is marked by incapacitation and court-ordered guardianship following the singer’s nervous breakdown.

Britney Spears, the great teenage star of the late 90s, active on the music scene to this day, will turn 40 this year. But half of her career is marked by incapacitation and court-ordered guardianship following the singer’s nervous breakdown. Journalists from the New York Times followed the #FreeBritney movement in their new, unfortunately meager, documentary. The latter demands that she be released from oppression, in which he assigns the dark role – by suggestion rather than fact – to Britney’s father. The signal for the movement was the anonymous denunciation of a former “member of the lawyers’ team, Spears, published in an amateur fan podcast, and the singer’s Instagram entries, which were widely interpreted.

Who Framed Britney Spears? (The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears), dir. Samantha Stark, prod. USA, 72 min, Canal +

Policy 16.2021 (3308) of 13/04/2021; Poster. Premieres; p. 63

Original text title: “Sensacja i mizeria”


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