11 people found this review helpful
May 25, 2023
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Overall 10
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Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 8.0
I love Yoongi so much and seem to forget sometimes how amazing he is and this documentary just reminded me of that fact again. Just like Hobi's "J-Hope in the Box", this documentary felt like an amazing insight into the process of creation and music making. Yoongi is always hard working and critical, but his music is always on point and perfect. His hard work and sleepless nights and frustration when something doesn't work out the way he wants really paid off; "D-Day" is an amazing album from start to finish! Seeing the cameos of his celeb friends like Steve Aoki and Halsey was really cool too because it's always nice to see when BTS and its members gets appreciated for who they are rather than just their brand. So, to see that they seem to have some genuine friendships in the western music market is great! I also loved seeing Jimin's two seconds of screen time, that guy is always there to support his members, i love him so much :(. My favorite part of the documentary had to be toward the end with Sakamoto Ryuichi. You could really see and feel that Yoongi was talking to an artist he deeply respected and to see him be appreciated and praised by said artist was very heartwarming; the song they worked on together ("Snooze") is one of my faves on the album anyway, so this bit made it even better. The live performances of some select songs made the documentary a little more dynamic (Hobi had clips of the festival to show, but Yoongi hadn't gone on tour yet), and I just generally love seeing this dude perform. Overall, great documentary, great artist, great music<3

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May 30, 2023
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Rewatch Value 7.0


O maravilhoso chegou com tudo nesse documentário.

Acompanhamos Suga em sua viagem passando por cidades como Las Vegas, Malibu, São Francisco, Tokyo e Seul, em busca de inspiração musical para seu álbum 'D-DAY', vemos ele passando por momentos de bloqueio criativo e se juntando a outros compositores para compor algo, além dos questionamentos do que fará de agora pra frente com seus 30 anos, uma nova fase, novos objetivos, novos sonhos e tals.

Além de vermos interações com outros cantores que ele se tornou bem amigo no decorrer de sua carreira e também sua interação com o falecido Ryuichi Sakamoto no Japão, deu pra ver a tamanha admiração que tinha por ele.
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Suga nos leva a questionar sobre a pressão que colocamos em nós mesmos devido ao tempo e à idade, focar demais em encontrar significado seja no passado, presente ou futuro, o melhor é aceitar a maré da vida como ela vem e aproveitar

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SUGA: Road to D-DAY (2023) poster


  • Movie: SUGA: Road to D-DAY
  • Country: South Korea
  • Release Date: Apr 21, 2023
  • Duration: 1 hr. 20 min.
  • Genres: Adventure, Music, Documentary
  • Tags: BTS
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated


  • Score: 9.2 (scored by 2,508 users)
  • Ranked: #9
  • Popularity: #1796
  • Watchers: 9,088

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