Michael's brother Tito attended the first part of the premiere, but says he couldn't bring himself to watch the film. "I got to the doors to the theater, and I couldn't go in. It was just too soon for me," he says. "We have quite a few family members it was difficult for, such as my mom and my sisters Janet, Rebbie and LaToya, as well as my brother Randy. It was a little early for them as well."
Tito says he's slowly coming to terms with Michael's death. "It's been very difficult at times. Waking up in the morning, it's the first thing on your mind. Going to sleep at night, it's the last thing on your mind," he says. "I look to the stars in the sky and speak with my brother. It's just a tremendous loss for the family, and I don't think it's anything I can cope with immediately."
Still, Tito says he'd like to see the film eventually. "I would want to view it soon just to feel the happiness and the love," he says.
Three family members who are ready to see the film are Michael's children, Prince, Paris and Blanket. "They're going to have a private screening for themselves at home," Jackie says. "They want to see it."