The story of the singer’s career during her Sweetener World Tour is told in this featured documentary film.
Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You is a documentary film that follows the singer’s career. This documentary film features language that may not be suitable for younger audiences. Viewers will experience the singer making her way to the stage in London for her Sweetener World Tour, sharing a behind-the-scenes look at her life in rehearsal and on the road.
Viewers will hear favorite songs from the singer such as “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored.” In addition, we see archived recordings of rehearsals for the Sweetener World Tour as Ariana Grande prepares for dazzling the crowd.
Most of the footage from this documentary film contains archived recordings of the singer’s performances. We see the special effects of color lighting, shadows, and video effects on the stage’s backdrop; these special effects enhance the singer’s performance.
Those who remember Ariana Grande from her on-screen appearances on the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious, the spin-off series Sam & Cat, and the Broadway musical 13 will notice that she looks and appears differently for her world tour in London. She looks older, with her hair tied in a very long and high ponytail, and thick eyeliner.
To be honest, this documentary film is okay but has no representation of a minority other than Ariana who is a woman, thus reducing the inclusivity. The people who were involved with the singer on the Sweetener World Tour are featured on the set, with their names and positions listed in the subtitles. We also see the sequence of events on this tour, such as “rehearsal” and “opening night”. The documentary film could be better if the viewers see archived recordings of the singer on set from Victorious, Sam & Cat, and 13 the Broadway musical, as well as some interviews with the singer herself.
Those who are fans of Ariana Grande will be interested to watch this footage of her Sweetener World Tour, but they need to be aware of some unsuitable language.