All I Know So Far ‘takes a behind-the-scenes look at artist’s Beautiful Trauma tour
You’ve undoubtedly heard that Pink is an extraordinary live artist, known for putting on a spectacular show on stage, including times when the powerful singer continues to belt as she performs daredevil aerial stunts overhead. the crowd.
Viewers of a new Amazon Prime Video documentary about the maximalist artist and global pop superstar are sure to get a tantalizing glimpse of his gravity-suspending acrobatic singing moves, along with a few other performance highlights, all captured at concerts in 2019. European part of her Beautiful Trauma world tour.
Still, that’s about as far removed from a live-style concert production as a concert-based film can get. Nor is it a true concert documentary, structured around images of the stage and the crowd of a live performance or tour.
All i know so far, on the other hand, takes viewers behind the scenes almost as often as he shows them the stage – and we see Pink The Mother and Pink The Wife and not just Pink The Performer. And finally, that’s the point: The Beautiful Trauma World Tour can serve as an organizing structure, but the real goal is a deeper look into the artist’s life off the stage, especially his family dynamics and her relationship with her two young children and her husband. rather unprecedented degree.
“Mixing up roadside footage, behind-the-scenes interviews and personal material, director Michael Gracey (The greatest showman) gives the audience a glimpse behind the curtain of the circus which [Pink] call life, ”the official statement read. We’re seeing more Daughter Willow, Son Jameson, and especially Husband Carey Hart than ever before. It’s a flattering portrayal all around, and the documentary manages to capture it all without really digging very deep or going way beyond the surface.
Surprisingly, he doesn’t mention the pandemic, or explain how the world has changed in the nearly two years since Gracey quit filming, especially for perpetual touring artists. Instead, we end up with the image of a pre-pandemic rose worshiping a feverish Willow, fearing that she might catch what her daughter is suffering in the days leading up to two sold-out shows at the stadium. Wembley in London. We don’t know if she fell ill then, let alone how she and her family fared during the pandemic. It doesn’t go any further.
Rose: all I know so far begins streaming Friday, May 21 on Amazon Prime Video. Visit www.amazon.com.
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