Originally Posted by Jonesy
It mainly focused on the court case, which although interesting, wasn't really relevant to his film making. I was hoping to learn more about the man as director, rather than an alleged paedophile.
That outlines the problem with many of the programmes we're offered on actors or directors these days. Thanks to reality tv dragging the overall quality of programming down, you're more likely to be offered a feature which is the equivalent of The Daily Mail or The Sun, rather than something which is informative and truly examines the art of film-making/acting.