Apple TV+is all set to release a new documentary on Billie Eilish who is believed to have gained success overnight but very ew know the struggles and hurdles Billie had to face and ho slowly and steadily she started gaining what she deserves.
To show all of this tempting struggle of the superstar Billie Eilish one should look forward to the Apple TV+ present documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry released on February 26. R.J. Cutler, the director has intimately given a glimpse of how the 19-year-old singer has stone through phases and how he handled the travelling stress and increasing fame.
How to manage her mental and physical teen and dealt with the pressure of adjusting to the normal teen category. After finally recording her debut album When We All Fall Asleep after a mixture of home videos. And planning and reaching a point where she won 11 Grammys.
The documentary opens with Billie performing her song ocean eyes which was written by her brother Finneasa and which she released and performed at the age of 13.
What is the documentary all about?
The two-hour documentary is all about and around the singer’s meteoric rise in the industry and the rough and raw look of the singer’s life and her being reluctant on denying the public spotlight and being a public person. She is seen questioning and complaining of why do her fans even like her before going for performance.
The most entertaining bit and the highlight of the documentary is the clip of Finneasa and Billie recording their first album together and the behind-the-scene of the same.
The reason behind Eilish being so down to earth is the everlasting support by her parents which can be seen in the documentary. The documentary gives light to every aspect of Eilish’s life from dealing with boys problems to getting excited about finally having her driver’s license.
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