The documentary is drawing keen interest as it includes several unreleased videos that have never been seen, including BLACKPINK's pre-debut and audition videos. They were able to resemble each other through the hardships, and this grew into the special teamwork they have today.
Formed in 2016, the South Korean group has become a global sensation, and the documentary, directed by Caroline Suh, essentially builds toward their triumphant performance at Coachella in 2019.
Jennie reflects on the members' relationship: "We've been together since we were teenagers to now, when we are in our 20s. It was four of us just talking about stories we had from those times and teasing each other a lot".
The documentary is exclusively available to Netflix as it is an Original.
"It was such a pleasure to work with them", she said. "I hope the film will humanise them".
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"It's an honor to be in line with the global female artists such as Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Lady Gaga". She adds that they shared a common determination toward reaching their goals together.
She says of having a camera crew constantly around: "At first, it was a little awkward and we weren't fully comfortable. I think that's why our fans love us". "Somebody requested me what the hardest a part of this course of was, however I really discovered it to be very fascinating and enjoyable".
"There's a collaboration of languages". Jennie and I spoke in English, while Jisoo said in Korean and Lisa in Thai. "We are the world, literally!", Jennie said.
"There are many different factors involved now and we always want to bring something new to the table. I think she's really cool", said Rosé.
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According to the director of the documentary, Caroline Suh, the feeling is mutual.
The movie is the most persuasive, however, when Suh awakens in around from her topics and allows them speak in the camera about their encounters with homesickness, body image and the strain to keep bringing.
As she gained the members' trust, they started to share their experiences, including hardships they endured as trainees, Suh said. "They're also very supportive of each other. He's the 5th member of BLACKPINK". "With every moment that we went through together to achieve that, we wanted to make sure that none of us became exhausted of it", Jennie said.
"At that time, I didn't know how to do that because I was desperate to do well during the monthly evaluations". Due to these days, we're doing properly now, and that's how BLACKPINK exists at present.
The camera also goes behind the scenes of the group's Coachella performance past year. "They all had a path that led them to who they are", Suh says. Jenny and I grew up in global worldwide locations, so we spoke in English, and Lisa spoke Thai.
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Which is when Jisoo expressed, "Teddy knows us better than we do".
BLACKPINK, who becomes unstoppable with each musical release, still hopes to continuously grow and be more adventurous with every content they come up with.
Blackpink: Light Up the Sky is available on Netflix starting today, October 14.
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