Here’s the Official Trailer for the ‘Justin Bieber: Our World’ Documentary


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Amazon Studios has launched the official trailer for Justin Bieber: Our World—a full-length documentary that takes viewers into “the private world of the global superstar.”

Directed by Michael D. Ratner, the 94-minute film will observe Bieber within the weeks main up to his New Year’s Eve 2020 performance atop the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The music event, which marked the singer’s first full live performance after three years, went down in entrance of 240 in-person company and was livestreamed by millions of followers throughout the globe. 

“Performing live and connecting with my fans through music is deeply meaningful to me. Especially during the past year, being able to provide a service and share my gifts to bring some happiness to people during such a sad and scary time has meant the world to me,” Bieber said in a statement earlier this month. “This film documents an intense and exciting time, preparing for a return to the stage during this season of real uncertainty. Coming together with my team, overcoming the obstacles, and delivering a special show, surrounded by friends and family; it’s all here.”

Our World includes rehearsal footage, self-shot movies, as well as appearances by the Biebs’ team, friends, and family, together with his wife, Hailey Bieber.

This is far from the primary time Ratner has labored with Grammy-winning artist, who not too long ago broke Spotify’s all-time document for most month-to-month listeners. Ratner beforehand helmed the YouTube docuseries Justin Bieber: Seasons and its follow-up Next Chapter. The award-winning filmmaker also directed the movies for Bieber’s “E.T.A. (Nature Version)” lower and the “Intentions” monitor that includes Quavo.  

You can take a look at the trailer for Justin Bieber: Our World above. The documentary will premiere Oct. 8 on Amazon Prime Video.

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