When 'Britney: For the Record' premiered in the winter of 2008, the world got answers to one of the most infamous breakdowns in entertainment history. Britney put herself out there and talked candidly about her tough years after her marriage broke-up, years that included shaving her head, stints in rehab, losing custody of her two sons, being drugged and taken advantage of by a manager who she thought had her best interest at heart and with two emergency trips to the psychiatric ward in the hospital, she finally got saved by her family who took the reigns and removed the bad influences from her life and helped her as she worked hard to rebuild the life that was torn apart.
This is no ordinary documentary, it's not a fluff piece and it's not 'pity me, I'm rich and famous and don't like it' piece either. It's simply Britney, up close and personal as she talks about what happened in the past and how she's looking forward to a brighter future. As she geared up for what would become the greatest comeback in history, Britney assures fans that while she isn't 100% recovered from her hell years, she is definitely on her way and in a much better place than she was.
This is a must have DVD for Britney fans and for entertainment fans in general. It's important to see that while being rich and famous seems like it's euphoria, it comes with it, a lot of pain, stress and constant scrutiny. It lets fans go past the tabloids and paparazzi and see the true Britney.
Rls Date 04/07/09
Rip Date 04/07/09
Video 4X3 Untouched
Audio Dolby Digital 5.1
Size 83 x 50MB
Length 1 hour 1 Min