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I was approaching this as a cultural phenomenon. Come on. I had a strange childhood. Growing up, I had no television. My father banned television.
And I listened to classical music. My mother thought that pop music was just not great. Still, though, Michael Jackson was ubiquitous throughout the Eighties and Nineties. In your previous documentaries, you interview dozens of people. What informed that choice? I realized pretty quickly that what happened to James and what happened to Wade was known only to a very small number of people, particularly the way that the abuse played out later in life and all that.
And that you had to immerse people; lock people in the room with these two families in order to be able to understand the symptomology and the shape of how child sexual abuse manifests itself later in life. As he says in the film, there was absolutely no way on Earth that he was going to say anything that might put Michael in jail. In the film, James recalls that Michael Jackson told him it was his first sexual experience.