Pamela Anderson is involved with a documentary that promises to ‘set the record straight’ following the TV miniseries Pam and Tommy.
The recent TV miniseries Pam and Tommy, which can be found on Disney+ here in the UK has proved to be a popular watch for many. The show is set in the 1990s and charts the release of the first ‘celebrity sex tape’, telling a dramatised version of Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee’s struggle to prevent a private home video of theirs entering the public domain.
The show has amassed a huge audience but questions linger regarding the tastefulness of its subject matter. For a story that largely centres on the issue of consent, many have pointed out how troubling it is that Pamela Anderson herself has pointedly withheld her consent with regards to endorsing the show.
However, in fresh news, Anderson has now reportedly has given her backing to an upcoming Netflix documentary about her life. The announcement promises that ‘Pamela Anderson is ready to tell her story in a new documentary,” Netflix has announced via Twitter, stating that the film would be ‘setting the record straight’.
The documentary will ‘feature never-before-seen archive and journal material as well as interviews with Anderson’ whilst The Case Against 8 and Ask Dr. Ruth director Ryan White is helming the film.
In a further move to cement Anderson’s endorsement of the film, her son Brandon Thomas Lee is producing. No release date or title have been announced as of yet but expect to hear more in the coming months.
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