Alanis Morissette criticized the upcoming documentary Jagged, saying it “consists of implications and information which can be merely not true.”
Jagged was directed by Alison Klayman and is about to premiere on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Competition this week. Though as The Washington Post reported final Friday, September tenth, Morissette appeared sad with the movie and didn’t plan to attend the premiere.
In her assertion, Morissette defined her involvement within the movie, and why she now not needs to assist it. “I agreed to take part in a chunk in regards to the celebration of Jagged Little Capsule’s twenty fifth anniversary and was interviewed throughout a really weak time (whereas within the midst of my third postpartum despair throughout lockdown). I used to be lulled right into a false sense of safety and their salacious agenda turned obvious instantly upon my seeing the primary reduce of the movie. That is after I knew our visions had been in reality painfully diverged. This was not the story I agreed to inform. I sit right here now experiencing the total influence of getting trusted somebody who didn’t warrant being trusted.”
Morissette mentioned she wouldn’t be attending any occasions across the movie each due to her points with it — she in contrast it to different “‘tales’ and unauthorized biographies” which were launched through the years — and since she is at the moment on tour.
“Whereas there may be magnificence and a few parts of accuracy on this/my story to make sure — I finally gained’t be supporting another person’s reductive tackle a narrative a lot too nuanced for them to ever grasp or inform,” Morissette mentioned.
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