Most have been mentioning why doesn’t the players talk in the sheds, why did they show the rookies mistakes and not other certain players mistakes. Why didn’t they show the reaction to Latrells dirty plays. Brooks didn’t talk or never talks etc etc etc. It’s most likely because they chose to cut/not include those scenes. Someone also mentioned why did they show the clip of the mascot wanting to see Madge? It’s plain obvious we are only shown what the producers wants the general public to see and how they want the documentaries portrayed.
I’m sure a lot here has seen reality tv shows and you get the contestants interviewed after the reality tv series has finished complaining about how they were portrayed, how certain situations wasn’t like how the producers made it out to be. Some people here take this documentary as gospel and make it out like they now know everything, how things are run and what goes on at in the club and make assumptions about players just because of what was decided to be chosen to be shown.
A quote taken from an article published by The Spectator about Netflix documentaries
“Rather than an intelligent and enlightening probe of the subject matter, the house style is to find the most simplistic line possible and then ram it down the viewers’ throats for the next 90 minutes.”