Actor Corey Feldman’s new documentary called ‘(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys’, which is set to release on March 9, is touted to be a provocative exposé where the musician and one-time teen idol will reveal the details of the most “emotionally trying” period of his life. However, there’s a catch for the much-anticipated documentary — viewers will only get one chance to watch the film.
Reports state that ‘(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys’ will air only once and interested viewers across the world will have to watch it at the same time. The documentary will stream live at 8 pm on the West Coast, which means 11 pm on the East Coast.
Feldman, his family, friends, and colleagues will also be watching the live stream at the time in a private screening.
Feldman, in a statement, said that he is keeping a promise —through the film — to his best friend, late Canadian actor Corey Haim, to reveal to the world about what really happened to the two when they were young actors in Hollywood. Feldman had long promised an exposé of high-profile celebrities in Hollywood who engage in pedophilia and continue to be working in the entertainment industry.
Feldman and his wife Courtney Anne Feldman recently shared a video of the release date and detailed how the documentary has been in the works for at least three years. E-tickets will go on sale on February 22. Feldman said an innovative new technology and platform will be used to launch the film.
This is the first time ever a movie has been shown in this type of platform, according to Movieweb.com.
Although the pricing of the event has not yet been announced, Feldman said that it will be the same price as an average movie ticket and will range between $15 and $20. No advanced screenings of early reviews of the documentary have been scheduled as Feldman does not want his narrative and message to be twisted.
It is not yet clear if even a trailer or any footage from the film will be revealed beforehand.
The actor added that he is not attempting to profit from the endeavor and that he nearly did not go through with it. Reports state that even Netflix turned down the documentary because they felt that the film’s contents were too dangerous to be associated with.
‘(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys’ will premiere on March 9 at 8 pm Pacific. The film’s releasing on the eve of the 10th anniversary of Corey Haim’s death.