Humanitarian – The Real Michael Jackson
So much has been written about Michael Jackson. The majority of it manufactured, twisted and just down-right untrue. Until NOW – In the year 2000, Michael Jackson was listed into the Guinness book of world records for breaking the WORLD record for the “Most Charities Supported by a Pop Star.” An achievement that was accomplished by a lifetime of effort and tireless dedication, yet a little-known fact that has been overshadowed by years of fiction. In a world first, author Paul Dwyer takes a look into the every-day world of Michael Jackson, stripping away the rumors, the media and the mayhem to take an in-depth look at The MAN – The humanitarian. Based on the book, the documentary delves into Michael Jackson’s charity involvement over the course of his career. It includes a diary of Michael Jackson’s visits to orphanages and children’s hospitals around the world, charity appearances and documents his body of work that was never celebrated or publicized by the mass media and is just as big, if not more-so than his musical career.