In Light Up the Sky, Blackpink offer up their thoughts on many subjects in a surprisingly intimate look at the group and the K-pop industry. Photo: Handouts In Light Up the Sky, Blackpink offer up their thoughts on many subjects in a surprisingly intimate look at the group and the K-pop industry. Photo: Handouts
In Light Up the Sky, Blackpink offer up their thoughts on many subjects in a surprisingly intimate look at the group and the K-pop industry. Photo: Handouts

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Blackpink’s Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rose get surprisingly personal in Netflix documentary Light Up The Sky

  • Caroline Suh’s film charting the rise of K-pop group, whose first album just appeared, is marketing of a sort but feels truer than recent pop-star documentaries
  • Band members talk about homesickness, body image and the pressure to deliver, and fly-on-the-wall moments allow fans to feel they’re being let behind a curtain

Topic |   Blackpink
In Light Up the Sky, Blackpink offer up their thoughts on many subjects in a surprisingly intimate look at the group and the K-pop industry. Photo: Handouts In Light Up the Sky, Blackpink offer up their thoughts on many subjects in a surprisingly intimate look at the group and the K-pop industry. Photo: Handouts
In Light Up the Sky, Blackpink offer up their thoughts on many subjects in a surprisingly intimate look at the group and the K-pop industry. Photo: Handouts
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