ariana grande: excuse me, i love you (2020)

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Ariana Grande takes the stage in London for her Sweetener World Tour and shares a behind-the-scenes look at her life in rehearsal and on the road.

"Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You" is a 2020 show film that follows global super star Ariana Grande throughout her "Sweetener World Tour". The trip, which ran from March to December 2019, supported her fourth and fifth studio albums, "Sweetener" (2018) and "Thank U, Next" (2019). Launched on Netflix, the film not just showcases her remarkable live efficiencies but also provides fans a glimpse behind the scenes, revealing the hard work, commitment, and individual moments that identify Grande's tour experience.

Performances and Set List
Audiences are treated to polished and energetic efficiencies from Grande, as she takes the phase in a variety of sensational clothing, commanding existence with both her effective vocals and vibrant choreography. The film captures her performing many of her hit songs such as "7 rings", "breathin", "Thank U, Next", "No Tears Left to Cry" and "Dangerous Woman". The set list includes a mix of upbeat tracks that get the crowd moving, along with psychological ballads that display Grande's singing variety and emotional depth.

The production of the concert is a phenomenon in itself, featuring detailed lighting style, pyrotechnics, and a massive stage that enables Grande to connect with her fans from all angles. The strong visual elements of the program, including videos and graphics, are highlighted throughout the movie, illustrating the thematic resonance of her music with the creative direction of the tour.

Behind The Scenes
While the performance efficiencies are central to "Excuse Me, I Love You", the documentary aspect of the movie brings fans into Ariana Grande's life on the roadway. Audiences get to witness moments of her rehearsing with dancers and artists, engaging with her production team, and loosening up with playful small talk and genuine interactions with her team. The friendship and love in between Grande and her group permeate the movie, highlighting that the success of the trip is a collective effort.

These intimate behind-the-scenes sectors offer an authentic take a look at Grande's personality and the psychological journey she undergoes throughout the tour. From dealing with the physical and singing strain of performing night after night to the enormous appreciation she feels towards her fans, the film illustrates both the appeal and the grueling reality of a pop star's life.

Styles and Emotional Impact
The film touches on numerous themes, such as strength, imagination, and the power of music to recover and connect. In the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing that happened during her 2017 show, Grande's go back to the stage is also a type of personal and cumulative recovery, showing her strength and the bond with her fans. Empowerment messages are interwoven into Grande's interactions and music, producing an atmosphere of positivity and inspiration.

Emotional effect is deeply felt during the film, particularly when the camera pans over the fans' faces, some of whom are tearful and extremely moved by the experience. Grande herself is seen responding mentally to the efficiencies and the helpful audience, sealing her track record as an artist who deeply cares about her fans and their shared experiences.

"Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You" is a film that records not just the high-octane thrill of a live concert however also presents a story of the artist's connection with her work and her audience. For fans of Ariana Grande, the film is a sensational homage to her skill and a testament to her effort and commitment to her craft. As a performance documentary, it stands as a fascinating peek into life on the roadway with one of pop music's most precious figures, supplying entertainment and psychological resonance in equal step.

Top Cast

  • Ariana Grande (small)
    Ariana Grande
  • Scott Nicholson
    Creative Director / Dancer
  • Brian Nicholson
    Creative Director / Dancer
  • Joesar Alva
    Dance Captain
  • Cory Graves (small)
    Cory Graves
    Dance Captain
  • Bong Buño
  • Igor Faria
  • Darrion Gallegos
  • Nekai Johnson
  • Mao Kawakami
  • Luz Remigio Frias