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Louis, Martin and Michael

After losing out to Martin Bashir for an opportunity to produce an official Michael Jackson documentary, Louis Theroux tries his best to obtain an interview with Michael, but cannot. In the process, we get to see Louis meet with Uri Geller and Michael’s father Joseph Jackson. Louis had to pay $5000 to interview Michael’s father. The fee was negotiated through a person named Majestik Magnificent, who claims to be Michael Jackson’s (and, previously, Muhammad Ali’s) personal magician. Majestik participates in the second of two interviews, often prompting Mr. Jackson or interrupting Louis’ questions. Majestik’s fee for securing the interview with Joseph was $500.

Louis comments about Michael during the interview to Joseph “He is so much in the public eye, I don’t think he has very much left for himself.”

Joe Jackson confessed in the documentary to often beating Michael Jackson.
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