Based on the famous 2022 trial between the Hollywood star couple, the Netflix documentary is directed by Emma Cooper.
Depp v. Heard Twitter review
Depp v. Heard is the latest Netflix documentary based on the famous 2022 trial between the Hollywood star couple, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Soon after the release, the fans took to social media and shared their reaction to the latest OTT outing. Twitterati seemed completely divided, as half of the netizens appeared in support of the Pirates of the Caribbean star, while the other end of the people backed the Aquaman actor. Meanwhile, a few cinephiles even criticised Emma Cooper-directorial and called it a compilation of TikTok.
A netizen criticised the documentary and mentioned, "IMAO #DeppVHeard is something I could have put together. A compilation of TikToks and news cuts and some plain commentary. (Sic)."
Another one called Depp v. Heard fake and penned, "This documentary hasn't even the 1/10 of trial's evidence. If you want to make a verdict by a fake Netflix documentary, ok, but close your mouth and don't talk for this case because you don't know anything #deppvheard #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #MeToo (sic)."
A few Amber supporters seemed to condemn Depp for his behaviour and called him disgusting.
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Meanwhile, a Twitter user found Heard at fault and tweeted, "I saw the documentary yesterday and, nothing schoking, for those of us who followed the entire trial live whe saw how Amber lied and exaggerated so many things and she didnt do any favor to those women who had suffered from domestic violence #DeppVHeard (Sic)."
Another one wrote, "How is it possible that Amber Heard has broken ribs,a broken nose,or been drawn on glass,but has no medical evidence to provide, Amber lied,she tried her best to cry in court but there were no tears. #DeppVHeard (Sic)."
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Depp v. Heard is out on Netflix now.