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Taylor Swift releases short film for ‘All Too Well’ and fans are astonished

Watch the highly anticipated short film for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well.’

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11/13/2021 06:55 PM
Taylor Swift releases short film for ‘All Too Well’ and fans are astonished
Photo Credit: @taylorswift on Instagram

Taylor Swift released the short film for the 10-minute version of her critically-acclaimed song "All Too Well.

The short film premiered on Saturday, November 13 (PH time) on YouTube. It stars Sadie Sink, Dylan O’Brien, and Taylor Swift. It also had a premiere at AMC Lincoln Center theater in New York City attended by its stars.

The short film showcases the different chapters in the love story of a man (Dylan) and a woman (Sadie), from the happiest to the darkest moments of their relationship. It takes an in depth look at Taylor's lyrics translated into the screen. 


The short film instantly became a top trending topic on Twitter and gained positive reviews from fans.

"This ain't just a song and a short film, this is a treasure, a masterpiece, and most importantly a healing mechanism for all the heartbreaks that all of us can relate to," one fan commented.

"I felt every single emotion through out this. They have such great chemistry. Sadie is an amazing actress. This left me wanting more. I loved it so much," another fan commented.

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Following the release of the short film, Taylor took to social media to extend her gratitude to Sadie and Dylan for being part of the short film.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift)

 

"I can’t begin to express my gratitude to Sadie and Dylan for giving us everything they had in order to tell this story. All Too Well The Short Film is out on YouTube, and showing all week at the AMC 13 theater in NYC. For you, from us," Taylor wrote.