As one of the trusted voices by Britney Spears‘ side as she reemerges into the spotlight, manager Larry Rudolph says the pop star’s new documentary, For the Record is all about telling it like it is.
"We went there with it," he told MTV news last night at preview of the movie in L.A. "You see Britney in a light you’re not used to seeing her in. She’s intelligent, she’s introspective, she’s honest. By the end of the film you really understand who she is in a way that you just never imagined. … It is so not a puff piece."
As for what fans can expect to see in the 90-minute documentary, Larry says they’ll see what they always have about Brit – her star quality.
"She’s got a unique set of talents. She’s got a blend of certain talents," he says. "She’s a great singer. She’s a great dancer. She’s got an amazing image. She’s incredibly likable." In short, he sums up, "She’s got this intangible thing that makes her a star."
The documentary is set to air on MTV on Nov. 30, a few days before Britney’s new album Circus debuts on Dec. 2, her 27th birthday.