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"Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by itsall4love on Sat Nov 21, 2009 7:06 am

“This is it” INTRO:

It was the Spring of 2009.

At the age of 50, after a decade’s absence from the stage,
Michael Jackson was quietly performing and crafting
an entirely new concert experience.

His only audience was a small group of technicians
and dancers who watched Michael create a show that
would have been his return to the stage.

This film consist of footage captured during
the rehearsal period from March through June,
it was intended for Michael ‘s personal library and
as original film content for the show.

On June 25th, Michael and his team were eight
days away from traveling to London to begin their final dress
rehearsals for an unprecedented 50 sold out concerts.

With the permission of the Michael Jackson Estate
and thanks to a few cameras that caught the magic, here
is a glimpse of the passionate gift Michael was preparing
for his fans and the audiences of the world.


Ok, besides the obvious "Why didn't they mention he died?", I think this is a very interesting part of the intro:

"...here is a glimpse of the passionate gift Michael was preparing
for his fans and the audiences of the world."

We know the shows were supposed to be held in London. Of course people would be flying there from the US and probably from all over Europe to see MJ perform. But can this justify the use of that phrase?
Can "Audiences of the world" actually mean "the whole world"?
As in...... the whole world would be a witness of what Michael was passionately preparing; his "passionate gift" is something more than those 50 London concerts? And "This is it" movie is indeed just a glimpse of what he has prepared?

Just wondering.
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by SPAKKLE29FUL on Sat Nov 21, 2009 7:19 am

very strange indeed
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by Kirsche on Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:40 am

I noticed that at the beginnin of the movie when I watched. I was wonderin why they didn't mention it, that he died suddenly... And I think it's also strange that there was no dedication to Michael, no R.I.P., but a dedication to Michaels Kids..
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Post by icy55 on Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:02 am

I guess Michael wanted the concert to be dedicated to his kids.
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by Kuki on Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:39 am

Kirsche wrote:I noticed that at the beginnin of the movie when I watched. I was wonderin why they didn't mention it, that he died suddenly... And I think it's also strange that there was no dedication to Michael, no R.I.P., but a dedication to Michaels Kids..

I was wondering this myself....
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by GirlSaturday on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:03 am

...and thanks to a few cameras that caught the magic, here...

This part really stands out for me. It makes it sound like there were just some random little cameras sitting around and not the full highly staged movie production machines that created TII.
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Post by Kuki on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:05 am

GirlSaturday wrote:...and thanks to a few cameras that caught the magic, here...

This part really stands out for me. It makes it sound like there were just some random little cameras sitting around and not the full highly staged movie production machines that created TII.

Exactly!
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Post by GirlSaturday on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:10 am

...for his fans and the audiences of the world....

It seems as if they are making a distinction and saying he has fans but there are also worldwide audiences out there too. Concert audiences or movie audiences?
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by MJ_Fan_For_40_yrs on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:20 am

My beLIEf: NONE OF THIS IS RANDOM

There is a PURPOSE for how things R written

(...this has been "in the works" for many, many years...)

:~* MICHAEL <--> GENIUS *~:

(...WE ARE HERE FOR YOU....ALWAYS...)

("ON THAT YOU CAN RELY")

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Post by YouAreMyLifeMJ on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:31 am

"...here is a glimpse of the passionate gift Michael was preparing
for his fans and the audiences of the world."

Wow I didn't notice that when I saw TII. That's really odd. Especailly since, according to the intro, these rehearsals were supposed to be in his personal library. So obviously by saying that, the whole world wasn't supposed to see it. And like you said, this was a tour in London, not a world tour.
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by itsall4love on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:32 am

GirlSaturday wrote:...for his fans and the audiences of the world....

It seems as if they are making a distinction and saying he has fans but there are also worldwide audiences out there too. Concert audiences or movie audiences?

Yes, I too feel there's a distinction made there.
Maybe there're the "Hoax" Audiences - if there is such a thing.
And maybe Fans = Believers ?
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by Harleyblonde on Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:55 am

I have always thought the movie was planned all along and he never intended to do those concerts in London. I did notice the careful wording in the film and in normal circumstances if someone has met with their untimely end then it would have mentioned it in the credits. Definately something not right here. Is it possible to find out who exactly wrote the credits? Is it Kenny? If so then we must assume he is in on the hoax.
We not only need to know of inconsistances like this but we need to know who is behind them and ask ourselves why and are they involved? We keep going round and round with these irregularities which in the circumstances do not seem at all normal but we are not getting to the bottom of them or gaining any answers. We have to dig deeper.
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Re: "Passionate gift" from Michael

Post by mjgirl86 on Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:28 am

Harleyblonde wrote:I have always thought the movie was planned all along and he never intended to do those concerts in London. I did notice the careful wording in the film and in normal circumstances if someone has met with their untimely end then it would have mentioned it in the credits. Definately something not right here. Is it possible to find out who exactly wrote the credits? Is it Kenny? If so then we must assume he is in on the hoax.
We not only need to know of inconsistances like this but we need to know who is behind them and ask ourselves why and are they involved? We keep going round and round with these irregularities which in the circumstances do not seem at all normal but we are not getting to the bottom of them or gaining any answers. We have to dig deeper.

There are so many people in on the hoax, it's not even funny. And yeah, it makes sense that it had to be planned all along Smile

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