Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
The documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never follows the teen idol as he prepares for his first sold-out show at New York City's venerable Madison Square Garden. Interspersed with concert footage are home movies taken when Bieber was much younger and just starting to show a knack for music -- particularly drumming. We are introduced to the performer's inner circle -- including his mom, his manager, and his stylist -- who help him keep his head screwed on straight while he navigates the complicated world of international superstardom. Released into theaters in the U.S. and Canada for a limited run just a few weeks after the original film debuted at the box office, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never -- Director's Fan Cut features 40 minutes of new footage, which was added after director Jon M. Chu trimmed the running time of the initial cut by 30 minutes.
career, celebrity, concert-footage, pop-music, teen-pop