The Mother Monster hides nothing from her beloved fans.
“Gaga: Five Foot Two,” a documentary on the life of Lady Gaga, has finally been released by Netflix.
The 2-minute trailer released last September 21 fleshed out a rather thrilling look into the American singer-songwriter’s persona.
From Gaga’s thorny rapport with fame to her struggles with “paranoia, fear, body pain, [and] anxiety,” a certain artiness highlighting the icon’s enigmatic personality was rightfully documented.
In fact, the first few seconds of the trailer opened with Gaga saying, “When producers wanted me to be sexy, I always put some absurd spin on it that made me feel like I was still in control.”
Five Foot Two also served as a platform that introduced her severe chronic condition to the world. The international superstar even mentioned that she hopes her full-length feature would inspire people struggling with the same disorder.
“[The film] was freeing… because there’s a degree of self-deprecation that goes along with pain. I want people to know that I struggle with things just like them and that we need to stick together,” stated Gaga in an interview with Deadline.
The narrative’s style is mostly Gaga’s brainchild. Without all the Hollywood light, she just wanted to show her true and vulnerable self.
Five Foot Two is now available for streaming on Netflix.
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