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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!
First I have to say, the screaming that went on in the cinema was definitely a part of my experience with the movie as a whole. Even though I am a fan, I could not concentrate over the "ooh"'s and "ahh"'s and the screaming going on every 2 minutes.
Apart from the teenage disturbance in the front, I actually enjoyed some parts of the movie, but I also found some parts rather boring. And the aesthetic was unbalanced, and I had a hard time finding out if the movie was meant to be a concert movie or a backstage/documentary movie. They didn't bring us behind the curtains for real. I felt like I was watching a lot of "fancy" Bangtan Bombs put together. And unfortunately, I didn't feel that the (very) short deep moments from RM could save the documentary as a whole.
The music and the members personalities still shine through to some extent, and I loved the clips from their dinner in Paris, even though I felt it was edited very quickly, which didn't let me linger in the emotions that I felt was intended.
Maybe I expected too much?
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