Above: Never Can Say Goodbye, a short documentary film by Dianna Dilworth that shows how hardcore Michael Jackson fans are mourning their idol's death.
The documentary is a follow-up to her previous award-winning feature We are the Children (blogged on BB here), in which she followed a group of MJ trufans during his 2004-2005 trial on child molestation charges.
In this new work, Dilworth reconnects with Michael Jackson impersonator Sean Vezina (MySpace profile), who has been dressing up as the pop star at Jackson's Hollywood star for the past five years. Vezina was also a featured character in We are the Children.
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