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So many like me Loved Nippy! It was great to see her true story be told, the truth in it's entirety. Money solves some problems but creates even more. She was human like us with a God given voice. The Voice, Whitney we will always love you!
I loved every minute of it‼️
Kevin Macdonald’s Whitney is a documentary chronicle of Whitney Houston’s life; it’s tough-minded, unsparing and far superior to the biopic and the nonfiction film that preceded it.
It's a riveting narrative, and even those not among Houston's more passionate fan base will find it an emotionally wrenching experience.
Whitney is strongest when it connects Houston to the larger history of Black America, illustrating how this glamorous performer grew up in poverty and never entirely escaped the obligation of helping to pull up her underprivileged family members.
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Millions will always love Whitney Houston, and Kevin Macdonald’s documentary about the incandescent but troubled performer allows fans to relive key moments of her life and try to fathom the tragic circumstances that led to her self-destruction. Macdonald was given access by the Whitney Houston estate to some of Whitney’s original studio recordings and a cappella performances, as well as never-before-shared home video content. The recordings alongside insightful original interviews with those who knew her best provide a glimpse into a side of Whitney most never saw.
- Whitney Houston
- Bobby Brown
- Clive Davis
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- Many of the interviews filmed wound up in the cutting-room floor, like Jennifer Hudson's. The director felt that much of its content was banal and uninteresting.