Legitimately forgot about it three minutes later
Once this dropped a Portrait of a Lady on Fire reference in the first five minutes, I knew I was in for a treat.
Beautiful animation, fun commentary on our relationship to technology, and a genuinely emotionally rewarding story makes this one of the most hilarious comedies I've seen in years.
I just think they're neat
- K-pop as an industry is bleak at best, and evil at worst, and I'm glad that the documentary doesn't shy away from some of less flashy aspects of it all.
- They're all so talented and charming. I know in many ways they are a "product" but they still feel authentic and charismatic.