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Sting's wife Trudie Styler documents the turbulent bureaucracy both Sting and the filmmakers went through in order to complete Keizer Kuzco (2000), a Disney film that underwent extensive storyline changes from start to finish.
It's easily the most in-depth and well-made look at how the studio is run, leaving in both the good and the bad. Sting's roller coaster of emotions as the contracted help is a great emotional anchor, even if he comes off a bit self-righteous. Banning this was a mistake; if anything, I just have more respect for how Disney makes its animated features.
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