| Mediocre documentary on a less than mediocre celebrity
This documentary follows a year in the life of Kerry Katona. For those that do not know who she is - she is an ex-Page 3 topless model, was singer with band Atomic Kitten, married Westlife pop star Bryan McFadden and divorced him, appeared on Reality TV show "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!", wrote some (mainly biographical) books and has been a tabloid favourite.
The documentary follows her trying to earn money by appearing in press headlines and other bits of work (e.g. modelling) and her relationship with her husband, Mark Croft - famously she ends up getting divorced.
Kerry has been subject for many documentaries before and was featured in an ITV series: "Crazy in Love". What is clear is she is never one to shy away from publicity no matter how negative. She is also intent one keeping herself in the public spotlight at all costs.
I think the documentary was intended to show her in a more positive light than the tabloids have done and to get 'behind the mask'. Unfortunately, she comes across as a self-centred publicity seeker who often cares more about herself than anyone around her, but, having said that - I haven't met her.
Interestingly, the film ends with the climb by Miley Cyrus perhaps showing she has had a struggle and wants to reach the top, or maybe; it is a pop song sung by a child for a woman who acts like one(?)
Summary: Only worth watching if you have an interest in Kerry Katona or tabloid 'slebs'.