"Il cinema è lo specchio della realtà." ミ☆
Xavier Dolan supremacist
She/ her | 18
An intimate and lovely documentary.
I've been a fan of Billie for a few years now, and it was captivating to see this part of her.
Even though she's always been open about her mental health, watching this, feeling like entering her world for a second; seeing her frustrations, her struggles, her fears, her sadness, her journey... was amazing. And I really thank her for not giving up, even though sometimes she felt like doing so, because I can't imagine what it would be like to go through fame at such a young age.
Also... her parents are like the most understanding people ever?
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return."
This was like a fever dream and I loved every second of it.
The set decorations, the colors, THE SONGS!!, the acting, the choreographies, THE SINGING!!, the costume design; it was all divine, and so well done. Truly one of Luhrmann's best. Ewan and Nicole have undeniable chemistry and that is one of the things I loved the most about this movie. I truly experienced a lot of feelings while watching it.
Mr. Ewan McGregor, I love you.
The serotonin and sadness this movie gives me is unbelievable.
It is so beautifully written, amazingly acted and directed. It makes you the happiest person in the world only to destroy you emotionally a few moments later.
Some scenes make you cry because they are too joyful and some others make you laugh because they are too sad or crazy. (???)