In the past 48 hours, I watched the entirety of Leaving Neverland, director Dan Reed’s two-part, four-hour film about two men who claim to have suffered sexual abuse as children, and how they grapple with that trauma to this day. To say I have an psychological hangover would be an understatement–I am sad in ways I didn’t know I could be. While sob-emoji texting your best friend, though, I noticed a blueprint. When someone hadn’t is aware of Leaving Neverland, I clarified: I was watching “the Michael Jackson documentary.” And it’s true–the man accused of committing sexual abuse in this doc is Michael Jackson, and “Neverland” in the claim refers to Jackson’s 2,800 -acre ranch, where he allegedly abused an unknown number of prepubescent boys in the’ 90 s and 2000 s. But having determined the film, I bristle at the idea that this is a Michael Jackson film. This is a documentary about child sexual abuse.