“The World’s A Little Blurry” has caused quite a stir since its release.
March 04, 2021 5:23 AM
Since releasing her single “Ocean Eyes”, Billie Eilish has been completely in her element.
The 19-year-old musician is at the top of her game, playing Coachella, winning a plethora of Grammy Awards and being behind the most recent James bond theme song.
However, there is another medium that she is set to conquer thanks to her latest documentary with Apple TV +, Billie Eilish: The world is a bit hazy.
The film offers an intimate and never-before-seen look at her life, her songwriting process with her brother Finneas follows the musician and her family for almost two years through the creation and touring of her 2019 album. When we all fall asleep, where do we go?.
Throughout, fans get a glimpse into the hectic life and heights of a rising international superstar as they follow the teenager through hollows like heartache, physical injury, mental strain and grueling touring.
Curious? Read on for everything you need to know The world is a little blurry—From the plot to the trailer and everything in between
WHAT IS THE FIELD OF “THE WORLD IS A LITTLE BLUR”?
Composed entirely of raw footage, home and backstage videos, The world is a little blurry puts the 19-year-old Grammy-winning singer’s life into perspective.
Unlike other documentaries, there are no talking heads and no outside storytelling, in fact, there aren’t even any place cards to introduce new faces that come in and out of her life.
The documentary traces Eilish’s rise to stardom, following every major milestone in her life that she has lived since becoming one of the most famous musicians of the decade. Since getting his driver’s license, recording his album, launching a long, winding tour of Europe and his Coachella debut – and of course, his secret relationship with rapper Brandon Adams, which goes by the name of ‘Q’ – the film delves deeply into the heart of the matter of his life.
One of the most raw explorations of fame and young celebrity in recent memory, the film sets itself apart because it is told through the eyes of someone who is willing to do it right. Not only for herself, but even more for her legion of followers.
“I don’t consider them to be fans,” she said at one point. “They are part of me.” It makes the stakes for her and her family feel incredibly higher.
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WHO IS BILLIE EILISH’S EX-GIRLFRIEND BRANDON ADAMS?
Throughout the documentary, the film follows Eilish’s relationship with Q and guides audiences through the ups and downs that ultimately led to their breakup.
However, since the documentary premiered on screens around the world, Eilish fans have gone on the attack, having learned the timeline of their relationship through the documentary, which establishes that they were dating when Billie was 19. years and Q 24 years. However, Q also appears in the documentary. footage from 2018, when Billie was just 16.
While it is not known when they first started dating, fans immediately revolted against Q, saying he should have known better than dating an underage girl, as well as her other behavior, than Eilish her. – even admitted was “self-destructive”.
Since the public outrage at him, Eilish has stepped forward to acknowledge and thank fans for protecting her on her Instagram Stories. She also makes sure to remind them that there are two sides to every story, which makes it even more important to “be nice to people no matter what”.