Following their landmark "Love Yourself" tour, BTS triumphantly returns to cinema screens. Shining brighter than any light on the stage, now the group invite us behind the spotlight. On the day following the final concert of their Europe tour, on a rooftop in Paris, BTS tells their very own stories from experiencing new cities to performing in front of thousands of ARMY across the globe. A glimpse into BTS' world away from the stage, featuring intimate group discussions alongside spectacular concert performances from the tour, this is a cinema event not to be missed. The journey of BTS continues!
As per usual, it comes from a stunningly honest place.
Which is rare for someone who are called "global superstars," etc. For fans of BTS, I'll say this is more along the lines of Burn the Stage than an actual concert film-and heaps more dramatic than a variety show like Run BTS. It's yet another candid look at the process of the tour, and does a great job in challenging its audience to see the contrast offstage-from seldom sleep to dreaded health issues to ever-present insecurity and ultimately, the concern for performing the best they can. It's hard not to see how humble these men are across their wide array of content, and this film documents further examples of that humility and humanity. To say BTS has worked hard to get to where they are is a bit of an unfinished statement; their work is ongoing, regardless of what they achieve. It is simply hardwired into who they are as people and performers. But not just technical work; they strive to be good people, to be worthy of their success and their following. They strive to do what they can to return that to those who helped get them there with every opportunity-regardless of how they may be feeling, of what they've been struggling with. This film intimately shows their determined mindset, as well as an attitude that earns respect.
- Aug 8, 2019
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