Lush green trees all around. A fire pit.
Fairy lights strung between fence posts. A bottle of white wine on the floor.
As well as each Folklore song getting its first in-person performance, the film is peppered with fireside chats between the artists, talking about how each song came into being during one of the deadliest times in modern history. The protagonist herself looks and sounds happy and healthy.
A post shared by jack antonoff jackantonoff Though some of the songs are obviously built on a bed of pain, the overall experience appears to have been a very positive one for both Cht and Dessner. The two are effusive about their musical chemistry and Dessner in particular still seems a little dazzled by the way Swift took his instrumentals and worked them into what they became. During instrumental segments she sits back, grinning at the sox of hearing their t creations.
Occasionally the film does dip into poor-me-ism, as with the chat before Mirrorball where Swift talks about how the attention-pleading of the bridge was written just as she found out her shows were cancelled because of vhat pandemic. Her face hardens as she sings the bridge. Related Topics.