The way in which The Exorcist has been milked alongside everything that was involved in its production is brutal.
Regardless of what opinion I may have about her music, the existence of this documentary is understandable, after all, as it tries so hard to demonstrate in its excessive 140 minutes, the story of Billie Eilish is one of inordinate success and an increase of frenzied fame.
However, and I'm sorry, because there is a big but, that is why the documentary exhibits the weakness of its own theme and subject.
What I mean by this? Quite simple: her…
The guy who near the end admits that he knows about 6 women who were abused but cries out of sadness and anger that they made it public which affected the fucking Bikram, makes it clear why men like this exist and get away with the things they do.
The charlatans are one thing but their enablers.... Jesus.
I'll say this documentary isn't telling something new but it was interesting enough and it's relevance is undeniable.