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 sh*t 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*** with that dude.

He's into some weird sh*t."

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

Giving me a million reasons

I bow down to pray

I try to make the worst seem better

Lord, show me the way

To cut through

All this worn out leather

[Lady Gaga] You have to go

to that broken place of your heart

to write songs.

They say sometimes it's like open heart

surgery, you know? Making music.

Every time, it's invasive.

And if you say something

That you might even mean

It's hard to even fathom

Which parts I should believe

'Cause you're giving me

A million reasons

You know it sounds good.

You know that it feels right.

[Lady Gaga] You're not leaving, are you?

Well, I'm leaving pretty soon.

We're not going to be here

too long either.

You're in here by yourself anyways.

Just don't act like I'm leaving.

See, you're such a good friend.

Oh, my God, you are so weird.

You're giving me

[Lady Gaga] When you reference or nod

to something in the music,

it's just like putting something

precious and plastic in a suitcase...

that you are going to take

into the future.

Because I've experienced that

with people feeling

like I was taking from them, right?

I have now learned going

looking back at what they were saying

and going, "Oh, my God. No.

I was totally, like, honoring."

And so, the thing with, like,

me and Madonna, for example,

is that I admired her always,

and I still admire her,

no matter what she might think of me.

[man chuckles] Okay.

No, I do.


The only thing

that really bothers me about her

is that I'm Italian and from New York,

you know?

So, if I got a problem with somebody,

I'm gonna f***ing tell you to your face.

But no matter how much respect

I have for her as a performer,

I could never wrap my head

around the fact

that she wouldn't look me in the eye

and tell me that I was reductive,

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