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This MV is about the stereotypes of K-Pop. It has bright colors, weird gestures, and many different aspects. The whole thing is about the stereotypes that they have had and what they say to all the haters.
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The Movie extends the YouTube Red docuseries of the same name, which was released in March. Along with a behind-the-scenes take on the 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour that builds off of what was originally featured in the webseries, the feature-length film will also include brand new interviews.
If you're a non-fan of BTS, don't write this off just yet.
As a fan I suppose I would enjoy any film about BTS, but this film really goes beyond expectations. It's shot beautifully, telling an emotional narrative of BTS's success and the subsequent expectations that they feel pressured to fill. The film is bookmarked into sections (ocean, desert) with an anonymous narrator to explain which adds another dimension to this 'typical singer' documentary.
The honest reflections from the group, the melancholic narration and the orchestral versions of BTS songs playing over concert montages make this a wonderful viewing experience. If you're not a fan of BTS, or a fan of music documentaries in general, I think this could still be a film you can take something from.
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