After watching the first ten minutes of Leaving Neverland you’ll realize that it will be impossible to not complete this four-hour documentary. The detail of abuse by Michael Jackson is unprecedented. The impact on the parents and siblings of the two victims extensively interviewed are heartbreakingly complex scary. For fans of Michael Jackson, this film can’t help but change your opinion of Jackson the man. His musical genius isn’t in question here. Even if you don’t fully believe the compelling testimony, you’ll be unable to listen to “Billie Jean” or “Thriller” or “Man in the Mirror” without a sense of pause. The shame the molested boys felt from the molestation during ages seven to fourteen is devastating. The consequences of the mothers being in the room next door to the bedroom where Jackson orally penetrated Wade and James is straight out of your worst nightmare horror film. You’ll be thunderstruck by the documentary. This astonishingly depressing must-see film is directed with objective loving care. There are no voyeuristic or unwarranted scenes. There is no room in a civilization that condones this type of icon and superstar worship.