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BLACKPINK's new documentary to Netflix is out now! Have you seen it?

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BLACKPINK released a documentary on Netflix titled BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky. It's out now!

It features exclusive interviews and never-before-seen footage of Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rose.

Have any of you seen it, Exhale? :blast_explosion_skeleton_skull_fire_flames_boom:




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It’d be really interesting to see. The K-pop industry is a highly manufactured industry, and really doesn’t showcase the personality behind their biggest stars. So to see a raw doc of K-pops biggest k-pop female band in the moment rn feels quite promising 

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Just finished it.   It’s cute.  They talk a lot about how hard the training camps were & the amount of work they do which was more candid then I expected. I cannot believe the amount of years and work they put in at these camps.  But I loved that they had videos of their auditions & showcases from that time. 

but obviously the documentary is planned so I just wonder how happy they actually are in it.  I hope they are. They seem happy & grateful in the doc so hopefully they are being treated fairly & not just work horses. 

They are all so cute & I liked seeing them individually.  I hope they keep goin!

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This was a cute introduction of the girls to the rest of the world. It really showed their personalities and how they started in the business. I’ve really learned to like them, especially over the past year. Their presence on stage is amazing. I know it’s very 1-2-3 / A-B-C but I really enjoy their performances. I’m rooting we get more English songs in the future. 

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It was very interesting to see it. How to say it? Am i the only one feeling very sad vibes from the docu? I mean the girls have been pushed to drop from school to a pseudo army camp at a very early age with a bench of other girls not knowing if they will succeed or not, seeing their closed friends leaving the "competition" and working 24/24 7/7 at the age of 14, 15, 16 ... isn't it harsh for a teenager to go through this or am i exaggerating things? And seeing their bodies is just like they're not eating .... I felt sad for this.... it's really a machine industry.

The fact of travelling all the time, getting sick and tired but still performing, not having other friends than the band members .... i don't know, i feel this is super hard at this age

They're delivering there's no denying to that and their personalities are super cute and distinct .... but at which price? And i kinda don't accept the argument of "They made their own choice" because which good choices come from a 13 years old teen?

I dunno, i grow up with Britney from day 1 and i feel like she got through what these girls are going through and we all know how this ended up for britney .... it's not fair to do this to a human being

Ok i'll stop i'm getting emotional / super sensitive :crying4_britney_crying_stages_tears_sad:

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