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- The world famous singer Madonna told her fans a month ago that she was working on a documentary about her life
The world famous singer Madonna told her fans a month ago that she was working on a documentary about her life
The other day, Madonna went live with her screenwriter to tell as many details as possible about the film. By the way, the famous Diablo Cody became the scriptwriter of the autobiography. The woman is known to many as the creator of the painting "Juno".
The shooting of the announcement of the future film took place in the mansion of Madonna herself. The women made themselves comfortable on a beautiful sofa, while they drank good red wine. In a relaxed atmosphere, without rushing anywhere, celebrities answered the most interesting questions from fans. Diablo said that at the moment the script is still in development, but already 107 pages are ready. From her work experience, Cody is confident that such a large-scale script will translate into a two-hour documentary film. Indeed, the singer's life and career is so eventful that one could easily shoot a whole series. The women also explained that it is too early to talk about the title of the picture, because it is not fully known which details of their personal life will be included in the film and which will not.
Madonna also decided in a nutshell to tell the main topic of this project. The aim of the future biopic is to show the viewer what “difficulties stood in the way of a young artist who was trying with all her might to survive in a world among men”. The pop diva also assured her fans that they would be able to experience the full range of emotions that she herself once had to experience.
“Joy, sadness, happiness, anger, madness, ugliness - all this will be shown” - says Madonna.
Most of the film will take the viewer back to the 80s, when Madonna was just beginning to conquer New York. During this period of her life, she communicated a lot with people of world importance, such as Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat. The full recording of this interview can be viewed on the YouTube channel, of course, if you know English well: