Marziyeh’s review published on Letterboxd:
(All too well:The short film is a love letter to us, her fans. Not meant for your nerd ass, dear cinephile/hater.)
There is a line in my beloved movie La La Land where Mia says: "people will gonna go to it because you're passionate about it and People love what other people are passionate about. You remind people of what they've forgotten."
Taylor Swift and her huge popularity through these years is truly the living example of this fact. She is a great storyteller that LOVES what she is good at: Putting her pure, wild, bold
(and yes, teenage for a while) emotions into words and catchy melodies in the warmest and most delicate way that everyone can easily relate to or imagine themselves through at least one of her songs.
With describing details of thoughts , characters , even giving mise-en-scene somehow, it seems like she narrates the story of a movie in less than 5 min that plays in the mind of listeners every time they hear it. Not saying this just about all too well. you experience this feeling while listening to most of her songs. from 'Our song' to 'Right where you left me.'
As a big fan who grew up with Taylor's music, I'm always and especially these days, proud of her for her courage to taking back, protecting and embracing her precious past that means a lot to us fans too. I know that hollywood is vicious and poisoned enough to keep presenting her not more than a hot mainstream music celebrity. but I hope to see her name shines more in the movies as a talented writer who knows her audience well and always is passionate about what she's good at.