This article is a follow-up to the previous one: "Avicii documentary: True Stories".
The difference between the two articles is that I hadn't watched the documentary yet in the previous one, but in this one, I have.
What is it exactly about?
So, True Stories is a quite serious documentary about Avicii and how he worked his ass off with his friends (among these, Otto Knows) when he was 18 but also now at 28.
The movie gives the viewer a glimpse of both the fun but also the sad, hard, and stressing parts of his journey as an artist.
The film also shows the impact of money in the music industry where people don't really care about your health or how you feel, but only about the money.
What is good about it?
When watching the documentary, you get surprised how talented Avicii are.
One thing is that Tiësto, David Guetta, Otto Knows and Laidback Luke participates in the film.
Another thing is that Chris Martin from Coldplay stands up while Avicii is talking and yells that he can't believe how talented Avicii is while smiling and taking his hands to his head.
Wyclef Jean is also an example when Avicii suggest a chord and Wyclef Jean is like "there it is!" and can't stop smiling.
And at the same time, he compares Avicii with the classical musicians because he has the whole "symphony" in his head.
The same with Nile Rodgers who talks about how talented Avicii is.
All in all, everybody is amazed at his talent.
Should I watch it then?
If you think you know Avicii, think again. By following his YouTube channel, you will witness that some of the videos have been used, but there're clips that no one, until now, has seen.
The film will show you the "behind the scenes" of the music industry and will make you gasp when seeing Avicii stoned on medic pills and still being persuaded to give a half-an-hour interview.
The film is also quite "entertaining" because you're captured by every single comment in it, both fun, savage, harsh, sweet, chocking and frustrating comments.
All in all, yes I think you should watch it.