- Director: Kevin MacDonald
- Producer: Jonathan Chinn; Simon Chinn; Lisa Erspamer
She didn't stand a chance!
Kevin MacDonald's film will have you spitting at the screen...Bobby Brown, Whitney's contemptible father, Dee Dee Warwick all will make you seethe. Bad, really bad people. Her brothers and her mother come off little lighter...but, watch Nick Broomfield & Rudi Dolezal's 2017 film Whitney: Can I Be Me to get the full story...they ain't squeaky clean either!
As good as this documentary is...there is one glaring omission: Robyn Crawford [Whitney's 'secret' paramour] speaks not on camera! Obviously, compromises have been made, in exchange for personal appearances. Appearances that are so bizarre...you can almost hear their respective lawyers screaming "DO NOT INCRIMINATE YOURSELF" - Bobby Brown flatly refuses to talk about his and Whitney's troubles with drugs...to the point of denial. Cissy says nothing of importance...as for the brothers, not a brain-cell between them! What they will all do without the Bank of Whitney to support them? Well, let's just say: We care as much as they cared for Whitney. Nada!
Jaw-dropping and - truly - tragic.
Directed by Kevin Macdonald, Whitney is a new documentary that offers an in depth look at the life and music of Whitney Houston.
Shedding a new light on the spellbinding trajectory of Houston’s life, we’re exposed to Houston’s family life beyond the tabloid headlines…