She might be "Five Foot Two," but her fierceness makes up for her size.
"Gaga: Five Foot Two" is a documentary following Lady Gaga’s challenges during the production of her US number one hit album "Joanne" in 2016 to her Super Bowl performance in 2017.
The documentary released on Sept. 22 tracks a rare narrative among other artist documentaries. While it covers her studio production with her trusty producer Mark Ronson of the lead singles "Perfect Illusion" and "Million Reasons" for her album "Joanne." It also allows viewers to see the normal aspects of the pop rock star’s life as Stefani Germanotta.
Directed by Chris Moukarbel, the film exhibits very personal vulnerabilities as Gaga struggles with the chronic pain of fibromyalgia and her break up with Taylor Kinney. With a small film crew, the movie showcases a mixture of happy and difficult moments that successfully enables the delivery of a very raw and genuine account of the American singer, a uniqueness that I very much appreciated.
Gaga talks about the series of challenges she has had to face in her life and still faces, including the issues of early fame and being a woman in the music industry.