MTV’s preparing a 90-minute documentary about Britney Spears’ last few years, titled “For the Record.” It’s due to air Nov. 30, but here’s a trailer/sneak peek:
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Lizbeth Urbina is a single mother of two daughters, ages 1 and 3, and works at a shoe store in Little Village. “People love her in the neighborhood,” said Baltazar Enrique. “This is one of our children. She’s one of our family.”
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“I think it’s a curious statement,” La Russa said. “It’s better to be discussed within the family. If there’s a problem, straighten it out.”
Not only does the bestselling, genre-mixing hitmaker himself not come across as a real person, the film never tries to help him. Fans won’t learn anything new, and the curious may even be turned off.