Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Documentary about Michael Jackson to arrive late in Vietnam | Look At Vietnam

The posthumous documentary about “King of Pop” Michael Jackson “This Is It” will show in Vietnamese cinema theatres from November 11.
“This Is It” will come out in 15 cities in the world on October 28.



It means Vietnamese audience will watch the documentary two weeks later than audiences in many countries in the world.



Though cinemas in Hanoi and HCM City aren’t yet selling tickets, many Vietnamese Jacko fans have already been in touch requesting details of its arrival.



In North America, This Is It is expected to become one of the best selling films of the year when it opens in 3500 theatres from October 28. The documentary will be also screened in 75 other countries by Sony Pictures.



Drawing on more than 100 hours of footage of Michael Jackson, producers say This Is It brings together the best images of Jackson’s performances and behind-the-scenes shots. Fans will also get to see a new 3-D version of “Thriller.”



“The world will see what we were lucky enough to witness and experience: the effort, the passion and the creativity that Michael Jackson invested in this project,” said Kenny Ortega, the director of the musical movie, “High School Musical,” and the director and choreographer for Jackson’s “This Is It” tour, and documentary.
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