Ten years after a tsunami destroyed a small-town elementary school with all the children inside, a young man builds a mysterious structure out of the school's remains, setting the town aflame with passions long forgotten.
Creating a unique mix of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep was set to bring a new musical genre to the mainstream when he died of a drug overdose at just 21 years old. From the streets of Los Angeles to studios in London and sold out tours in Russia, the artist born Gustav Ahr touched countless lives through his words, his sound and his very being. Executive produced by Terrence Malick, Everybody's Everything is an intimate, humanistic portrait that seeks to understand an artist who attempted to be all things to all people.
This is a movie that takes a deep dive into someone that struggled extremely hard with a variety of issues, if he would've received a lending hand during these trying times then there's a very good chance that we wouldn't even need to have this documentary right now, or at the very least we could be getting in depth interviews from the man himself during it. But the reality is our Lil Peep is gone and we can't change that. Anyways, hearing his songs inside theatres is something that I will not forget for a long time. A truly amazing theatre experience. I implore you guys to go see this if you can because it is a beautiful, sad, touching tribute to the late great Gustav Ahr.
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