The two-minute promo video is engaging, capturing Michael ashe rehearses with his background dancers and musicians. He effortlessly runsthrough the choreography. When he explains his vision to his team, he speaks ina low, husky, more serious sounding voice that I've only heard described by insiders.
Michael demonstrates that he was the King of Pop, and that therehas never been another artist like him.
The piece compiled from 100 hours of footage shot betweenApril and June, looks incredible. Those who purchased tickets to the show originallyscheduled to run in July at London'so2 arena undoubtedly would have gotten their monies worth.
Kenny Ortega, "This Is It" director and Michael's creativepartner, said the film documents Michael's role in shaping the show. "You seehim as the true architect and driving force of this project," Kenny said in astatement.
"This film is a gift to Michael's fans," Kenny added. "As webegan assembling the footage for the motion picture, we realized we capturedsomething extraordinary, unique and very special.
Considering the shock of his untimely death in June, Iwonder if watching this movie will foster closure or if it will just make fansfeel worse about his passing?
Nothing in the trailer suggests that Michael was 50-years-oldor on the verge of death. I will not be able to get that thought out of myhead.