Kid reviews for The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears

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age 15+

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age 13+

well said and informative

very good documentary. really showed the dark/ sad side of Britney life. the people that were interviewed were well spoken and were inspiring. the documentary really fills you in if you just know a little about whats going on. talk about sex was very slim and only said to show what Britney was going through. some bad language including hurtful things said about women and talking about bad acts that people think Britney is/ was doing or what they would do to her. all of those things where said very briefly. great documentary and would recommend.

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age 13+


This documentary is an amazing view into what the music industry can do to a young female star. It talks about mental health and dives into Britneys conservatorship. Although this is a great documentary it is best for mature audiences teens aged 13 and up as it has mature themes.

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age 18+

This movie is trash!

Some sexy stuff and language! Don't watch it!

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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking