“Dreams do come true if you work hard and you get your head down”-Kyla Raid. This line is true for four young girls who got fame and rise as K-pop group Blackpink.
Netflix dropped the documentary Blackpink: Light up the Sky on the meteoric rise of four South Korean girls Jennie, Jisoo, Rose and Lisa released on October 14, 2020.
The director who helmed Netflix hit Samin Nosrat’s cookbook “Salt Fat Acid Heat”, Caroline Suh brings a new Netflix documentary film of the world’s most popular groups.
The movie was released just less than two weeks after the release of Blackpink’s first studio album. The Album has been described as “an endearing documentary that emphasizes each member’s individuality”.
The Blackpink is a group of four South Korean girls who worked with entertainment music production YG entertainment in 2010. They all four girls as bandmates and become the global sensation and got fame as one of the most popular K-pop groups in the world. They got stardom when their debut single Square One released in 2016.
Their debut singles “Whistle” and “Boombayah” reached Nos. 1 and 2 on the Billboard charts right after their debut in the summer of 2016. After that, they produced several hits that forced the audience to dance to their music.
There are several collaborations with the likes of Dua Lipa (Kiss and Make Up), Lady Gaga (Sour Candy), and Selena Gomez (Ice Cream).
What is the plot of the film?
The Netflix Original documentary film Blackpink: Light Up the Skydives into the journey of four young girls. How much sacrifice they paid off, experience with working with YG production. The hardship they put off for many years to become a global sensation and reminiscent of the training regimens, they follow to make their dreams come true.
The documentary features the behind-the-scenes footage. A first look at the authentic recording process of the album made by the band. Their day-to-day realities of the stars when the spotlight on or out.
The director also brings the honest and exclusive interviews of the single band member of the group.
It features their personal experiences on how they face the current with the pressure and expectations and high and low in their life to being a K-pop idol group, the sensation of the feeling of butterflies in the stomach before going on stage and how they feel when they got fame and loved from the audiences.
Caroline Suh also feature Blackpink historic 2019 performance at Coachella at the iconic US festival that made them popular worldwide. They became the first K-pop girl group to perform in the music festival and touch the heights of stardom.
In an interview Blankpink showing excitement to share their stories with the world with the statement-“We can’t wait to share our personal stories with Blinks all over the world through Netflix!
We hope this popular film will bring joy and light to the viewers. They will enjoy seeing our journey together on screen from the past four years.”
Who will the characters of the movie?
There is no cast involved as the film is made documentary. It mainly consists of their footage of their journey and exclusive interviews with the groups.
In social media, their performance created the buzz and viewers are interested to know their stories. The documentary shows the insight view of personal life. The rise as pop star is both emotional and exciting to watch.
It not only the experience of becoming a global sensation worldwide and touching the heights of fame and success. But the documentary also reveals the ordinary people beneath the girls who live as teenage girls.
Documentary attracts the viewer’s attention and shows the real struggle to become the world popular pop groups and prove that music knows no borders or language barriers.”
Where to watch the movie BLACKPINK: Light up the Sky?
Since it’s Netflix original, viewers will only be able to watch BLACKPINK: Light up the Sky on the streaming service. You can choose subscription plans according to your choice.
Currently, Netflix has four plans in the country. These plans start from Rs 199 and go up to Rs 799. Each plan offers a different number of screens on which content can be viewed simultaneously.