Starting today, August 16, the Depp vs. Heard docu-series, covering last year’s lawsuit, is available on Netflix.
After last year’s libel trial Johnny Depp To Amber Heard held a trial online, now the story of those events is presented in a documentary series called Depp W. Hurdwhich is now available on Netflix.
Here is the presentation trailer.
Emma Cooper was the director of the documentary series and spoke about the project:
I found myself obsessively watching the public reaction, then discussing it with my friends and watching what everyone is saying on social media. And I wondered what that said about me, since I was so interested in what seemed like a rather unfortunate personal development. The more I delved into this, the more it seemed to me that we were inside a cultural and social phenomenon. As a documentary filmmaker, I felt it was an opportunity for me to reflect on how I felt while watching, and I felt it was very much in line with the zeitgeist of our times.
My intention from the beginning was to reflect on what happened in a convincing and interesting way, without the use of interviews or experts.
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