We Are X Review08:00:00
Good Morning Lovelies,
I will admit lovelies that I have never heard of the Japanese band, X Japan before watching the film, We Are X. It is sad that these singers are not brought out more by the industry and it would be nice to see more of them. With this film there is no doubt that they definitely will be discussed more though lovelies.
Taking audiences back to when the band first began and inside the life of lead singer Yoshiki, the film shows how the band was brought together through their love of music and the tragic moments that follow them.
Throughout the film, the music is the key aspect of it. While we are learning about the people who make up the band, there is a continuous loop by them and their story to bring us back to the reason they are able to make their story. And what it means to them.
The people in the film, such as Yoshiki are not people we see every day. But he is a musician with a lot of heart, as this film shows and it provides audiences with a knowing the strength he has had to build to be able to continue doing what he loves after so much heart ache.
Overall the film is an interesting look at a band many of us will not be aware of. It is a truthful documentary that will provide audiences with a fresh sound and mind after watching.
There so I am giving it...