'Bodyguards: Secret Lives From The Watchtower' LATEST Review: Must Watch Documentary Movie! [DETAILS HERE]
Bodyguards do play a significantly important role in protecting the lives of famous celebrities from muggers, attackers, obsessed fans and more. The documentary movie "Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower" provides a sneak-peek of what goes on in the lives of bodyguards of famous personalities such as Nelson Mandela, Justin Bieber and more.
No, this is not a remake or sequel of famous movie of the late great Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner. That movie is one of the greatest movie of all time, "The Bodyguard." However, the "Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower" documentary movie is much related to that film as it shows the lives of bodyguards, sans the love affair and other dramatic plot. This is raw protection at its finest.
According to The Movie My Life, the "Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower" shows what motivates an individual to be a bodyguard to celebrities. This documentary movie is directed and written by Jaren Hayman, the viewers are given access to world of those who keep our idols safe.
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Many don't aren't aware of the nuances and challenges faced by a bodyguard on a regular basis. Not many even want to to do what they do, let alone be an actual bodyguard as their official job. The "Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower" gives a glimpse why some choose to take this route on protecting and serving celebrities and other top-notch personalities.
As added by IMDB, the "Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower" showcases the lives of bodyguards of Nelson Mandela, Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne. These individuals deal with violence, stalkers, isolation and potential loss of life every single day as they perform their duties. Their one foot is on the grave on a daily basis.
"The Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower" will be shown in Canada, South Africa, USA and UK. The documentary movie is by Barracuda Bay Productions and Chosen Few Films.