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Erin Lee Carr Talks Kim Wall True-Crime Doc and Revisiting the Michelle Carter Story (Exclusive)

After tapping into the zeitgeist with the documentaries, Mommy Dead and Dearest, I Love You Now Die, At the Heart of Gold and Britney vs. Spears, Erin Lee Carr is back with Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall, another must-see examination of real life events. “Anybody who hears this story, I think it’s hard to not want to know more. It’s just so bizarre,” Carr tells ET about the 2017 submarine case surrounding the murder of Wall, a Swedish freelance journalist who died and was dismembered aboard a miniature submarine while interviewing its owner, Danish entrepreneur Peter Madsen.
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Trailer Watch: Erin Lee Carr Investigates Another Scandal with “Britney vs Spears”

“I just want my life back,” says Britney Spears in a new trailer for “Britney vs Spears.” Erin Lee Carr’s latest explores yet another headline-making legal case. She’s following up “How to Fix a Drug Scandal,” “At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal,” and “I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter” with a documentary taking audiences behind the scenes of Spears’ highly publicized conservatorship and the popstar’s struggle for freedom and independence.
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Official Trailer for Netflix's 'Britney vs Spears' Doc by Erin Lee Carr

"I just want my life back." Netflix has launched a trailer for their documentary about Britney Spears, titled Britney vs Spears. It will be on Netflix next week - not long of a wait at all. The NY Times also released an investigative doc film earlier this year called Framing Britney Spears, examining the problematic story of Britney's conservatorship. No more secrets. No more silence. This documentary picks up where that left on to tell her story. Director Erin Lee Carr ("How To Fix a Drug Scandal") and journalist Jenny Eliscu work to delve deep into the tangled history of the conservatorship that has been in place for over 13 years. The film weaves a shocking timeline of old and new players, secret rendezvous and Britney's behind the scenes fight for her own autonomy. Text messages and a voicemail as well as new interviews with key players make clear what Britney herself has attested: the full story has yet to be told. Yes - let her out! It's time for her freedom.
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