Lady Gaga will open up about some of her most intimate experiences in Netflix’s new September documentary entitled ‘Five Foot Two.’ The production will be made public during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival before becoming available on the Netflix platform this fall.
Lady Gaga Will Expose Some of Her Greatest but Also Downbeat Moments in Five Foot Two
Lady Gaga shows one more time that she is not afraid of turning her life into art. Usually, this degree of public reveals is causing controversial social media uproar with numerous degrading but also uplifting comments on such materials. Nonetheless, the artist offered Netflix unrestricted access behind her curtains for the creation of her September documentary.
The production will shed light on Gaga’s work and successes such as the making of the album Joanne, the show performance during Super Bowl halftime, and the role in ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ that won her a Golden Globe. However, the film will also tackle the experiences the singer went through after her split from fiancé Taylor Kinney.
Netflix’s September Documentary Will Follow One of the Most Beloved Artists of Today through Her Most Intimate Experiences
The production was possible thanks to Me @ The Zoo documentarian Chris Moukarbel. The professional was seen following the 31-year-old artist with his camera for an entire year. Lady Gaga released the official poster of her Five Foot Two on social media on Thursday.
On top of that, she also posted three clips that offer short previews over the material. Based on such content, it is a certainty that Lady Gaga did not back away from exploring her deepest insecurities in front of the cameras.
“And I go from everyone touching me all day and talking at me all day to total silence.”
For instance, the short clips revealed how Lady Gaga confesses to her best friend, Brandon Maxwell, her moments of loneliness. This confession receives an artistic footage of how the artist is swimming alone in a pool. While the imagery inspired a glamorous moment, the lead character is nonetheless diving deeper into her silent solitude.
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