HOMECOMING: A FILM BY BEYONCE
History in the making part two
Last April, Beyoncé marched onto a stage in the Coachella Valley and led more than 100 singers, dancers, and steppers through the greatest performance in the modern history of music festivals. Beychella, as it was destined to be known, was live-streamed by 458,000 people, watched by 43 million more on YouTube over the months that followed, and almost immediately dubbed as the definitive pop culture event of the year.
Music fans will be overjoyed by this inspiring documentary. Beyonce’s talent as an interpreter of what’s universally important in life and her contagious charm as a performer quickly unveil a heartfelt and at times moving tribute to everyone who needs just a little nudge toward greatness. Her performance is energetic and all the more admirable in light of information she offers about her difficult pregnancy and delivery only a short time before work on the show began.
The uplifting quotes and messages she inserts throughout the film underscore her admiration and support for historically-black colleges and universities. In
This April, Beyoncé managed to fit the whole spectacle into a euphoric, triumphant, and exhaustingly fierce documentary that should help see
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