Howdy!! K POP Fans, Hope You are all doing well. The good news is all here Blackpink, One of the most loved and well renowned K pop group of girls that have mesmerized the world with their talents and singing skills, have now finally released a Documentary movie of their journey Via Netflix. Yes! You heard it right. It has been released. To know more and to get a sneak peek do read it till the end. BLACKPINK has now released their documentary BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky, following the release of their debut EP THE ALBUM. Only four years ago, Blackpink’s Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa stormed through music charts with wildly popular singles such as ‘Whistle’ and ‘Boombayah.’ Since then, the music videos of the South Korean ensemble have clocked in more than a billion views, and their discography now boasts star-studded collaborations with Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, and Cardi B. This month, their first full-length studio album, The Album, was unveiled during the COVID-19 season. But their fans were left waiting for yet more.
BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky What to expect in the movie?
Netflix Original K-pop Group Documentary. Their discovery by YG Entertainment, the years of intense training followed by an almost startling rise to fame, Blackpink: Light Up the Sky deep dive into the never-before-seen aspects of the lifestyles of these pop idols. The director behind Samin Nosrat’s Salt, Fat, Acid Heat, Caroline Suh, written and directed the 79-minute film that debuted on October 14. By using archival footage with one-on-one interviews of the group’s members at their sensitive best, Suh follows the standard documentary genre. Besides emotional interviews with Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rosé, features of Light Up the Sky look at the childhoods of the member and never before seen footage from their rise to the top of the world of music. Scenes of the girls responding to old audition videos, Jennie sharing a joke with her fitness instructor at a costume trial, Jinsoo ‘s journey to her make-up artist, and the two making caramelized fruits in their dorm make sure the film’s pace never slopes. It’s the first-hand accounts that hit the spot, personify them, and relay the stars, merely as though we are. Do watch the movie and comment on us here!!
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