Watched the Netflix original Lady Gaga documentary “Five foot two”. It’s a fluff piece that doesn’t paint her in any negative light but it was still enjoyable, entertaining, and a good look at the life of a pop musician. Producer Mark Ronson comes across well too. It’s clear that she’s passionate about her work, wants to please her fans, and suffers a lot from mental and physical ailments. The doc covers the period just prior to the release of her last album, and ends with her about to perform the Superbowl half-time show.
There are a few emotional moments, some laughs, only one song performance in full, and lots of dogs.
I recommend it generally, but I’m kind of a casual fan so bias applies. I’m also a sucker for behind the scenes music/film/showbiz stuff so would likely watch and enjoy this anyway.