I grew up loving Britney Spears’ music. There’s something about early 2000s pop mixed with videos that didn’t make sense that really made me come back for more time and again. And like a lot of people, I didn’t know the specifics of her life or breakdown — blindly believing when everyone said she’s “crazy.”
There is much more to the story, though, yet we still treat her like a commodity instead of a human being.
Framing Britney Spears, streaming on Hulu, is part of The New York Times Presents documentary series and dives into the personal life of Spears from the beginning to
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