Gaga: Five Foot Two

Synopsis: The documentary pulls back the curtain to introduce the woman behind the performer, the costumes, the glitz and the glamour. Off-stage, in the studio, unplugged and at home, audiences get an unguarded glimpse at Gaga through a series of personal highs and lows and the culmination of a year's emotional journey. From struggles with relationships to health issues, from finding solace in her inner circle to conquering her insecurities, Gaga: Five Foot Two navigates the divide between life as a superstar and life as an everyday woman.
Director(s): Chris Moukarbel
Production: Netflix
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
100 min


["Kaval Sviri" plays]

Hi, angel! Hi!

They're doing so much better now

and they're happy.

Want some chicken?

Hey! Down.



Come here, sweet girl.


...walking out the door.

[R&B music playing]

This is not happening.


Okay, is that one cooked?

No, this is not.

Definitely I not give it for you.

They're really good.

It's so good.

Yeah, me and Taylor are fighting,

so that sucks.

And I'm like just in

a different time in my life now.

I just don't like... I just like...

I don't know.

I just feel like my threshold

for, like, bullshit with men is...

it's just I don't have one anymore.

I just don't care.

I don't know if it's

because I'm 30 and I'm...

I feel better than ever, you know?

All my insecurities are gone,

I don't feel insecure about who I am

as a woman. I don't

I'm not... embarrassed or ashamed

of what I have.

I just feel like a more sexier, sexual...

like all of that shit is better,

and so what I think what happens is,

is like...

I don't know.

Well, in relationships, you have to...

I don't know.

You got to move together, I guess,

as much as you can.

[man] What are the balloons for?

Warner Brothers greenlit a movie...

that Bradley Cooper's directing.

And Bradley wanted me to be in it.

A Star is Born.

And, um...

you know, I'm going to star

in the movie.

How's your girlfriend?

[woman] Good!

It's tight.

It spasms on the right.

It's not all the way up my shoulder yet,

into my...

I mean, a little bit. It's not that

It's the QL. Yeah.

If I get depressed, my body can spasm,

like, into a full body spasm.

And it all kind of originates

from this trauma in my hip

from this injury years ago.

I wrote this new song.

I started it yesterday,

and sent it to Mark this morning,

and he sent me

some guitar stuff back already,

so when I get there, we'll maybe do that.

So many, I think, men in my life,

in business and also that I've dated,

you know, over the years,

I just started to feel like what I was

on my own wasn't good enough.

And I don't feel that way

working with Mark.

[doorbell rings]

[Lady Gaga] Koji.

Oh, bigger, better deal.

Bigger, better deal!

They probably don't know who I am.

They probably think I'm just some crazy

old lady who lives down the street.

I'm thirty. I'm old to them.

I think my back

probably looks really good.

Like a Polynesian scarification ritual.

Is it?

It is. Turn around.

Is it bad?

An Englishman with cupping

is really funny. I don't know why.

I'm going to look like such a badass

on the beach in Mallorca.

Like, "Don't f*ck with that dude.

He's into some weird shit."

What do you think?




[man] How are you?


How you doing?

Thank you for drawing me

that weird Xanax monster.

Oh, right. I forgot about that.

The last time I had a camera

in front of me was the Born This Way tour.

[Mark] Oh, the Born This Way tour.

When I, like, broke my hip,

it's been like three years since then,

but I'm still dealing with it,

and I was just like, "Whoa."

Like life is so crazy.

[Mark] It's only three years

since Born This Way tour?

I think so.

["Million Reasons" playing]



[Mark] Yeah.

[Lady Gaga] Ah

You're giving me a million reasons

To let you go

You're giving me a million reasons

To quit the show

You're giving me a million reasons

Give me a million reasons

Giving me a million reasons

About a million reasons

If I had a highway...

What I was thinking, just some straight,

maybe acoustic guitar.

Yeah. Those could be great.

But you're giving me a million reasons

Give me a million reasons

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