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T-Swift & F-Bomb’s ‘Miss Americana’ Debuts at Sundance

"Miss Americana"

The new eye-opening documentary on Taylor Swift (T. Swift) Miss Americana opened at Sundance 2020 transforming the perception people have of herself. As Taylor explains in the movie trailer, her whole career she was told, “A nice girl doesn’t force her opinions on people. A nice girl smiles, waves, and says thank you. I became the person everyone wanted me to be.”

Her whole career she avoided politics due to the fear of what happened to the Dixie Chicks back in 2003 when they stood against the Iraq war and President George W. Bush. Until she broke her silence about politics in the Fall of 2018 as she explains in a lengthy Variety magazine interview.

Swift reflects at one point in the trailer. “I had to deconstruct an entire belief system, toss it out and reject it.”

Borrowing a song, Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince, from her latest album Lover she takes us on her personal journey of growth and expression in her life to not conform to a system.

“I feel really good about not being muzzled anymore!” says Swift.

She feels so good about who she has become you even get to see the rare joyful outburst of the F-Bomb in the trailer. 

Swift showed nothing is sexier than a woman with a strong mind and a backbone!

The documentary Miss Americana premiered at Sundance 2020 on January 23rd and will be available on Netflix on January 31st!

The full Variety Magazine interview Here

Travis Meier
Author: Travis Meier

Black coffee drinking traveling photojournalist based in NE Mpls!

Written by Travis Meier

Black coffee drinking traveling photojournalist based in NE Mpls!

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