Spike Lee on Michael Jackson's Bad


Twenty-five years after the release of the groundbreaking album Bad, Spike Lee offers a portrait of Michael Jackson in 1989: an artist at the peak of his powers, a shrewd businessman, and a global celebrity trying to wrest back control of his public image. We revisit Jian's conversation with the writer and director today; the doc, Bad 25, airs on network television tonight.
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