The World’s A Little Blurry: Apple TV documentary on Billie Eilish

Apple TV released a teaser to announce an upcoming documentary film, based on Billie Eilish, which will debut on the streaming platform sometime in February 2021.

As of now, it may seem like a long wait but The World’s A Little Blurry will be worth it. Seeing that it will be about the American teen singing sensation who became a pop icon.

The name of the documentary has been taken from the lyrics of her song, Ilomilo. The announcement for the documentary film itself is quite dramatic, with a green dancing man emoji enlarging on the screen while goth-pop music plays in the background.

A voiceover says ‘Billie’ and fragments from her popular tracks Bad Guy, Xanny, You Should See Me in a Crown, and 8 round off the announcement. Continuing Eilish’s obsession with the colour, the month and year of release are displayed in bright green.

Directed by R.J. Cutler (If I Stay), the announcement for The World’s A Little Blurry also teased the viewers with a barely-there three-second video of cute young Billie playing the piano with a huge grin on her face.

The documentary is from Apple Original Films, in association with Interscope Films, Darkroom, This Machine, and Lighthouse Management & Media. Darkroom and Interscope also released one of Eilish’s latest “No Time to Die”, the theme song of the upcoming James Bond film of the same name.

This year, Eilish also released two singles – Ilomilo, included in her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? and My Future. She was also a part of Global Citizen and Lady Gaga’s global digital concert, One World Together At Home, earlier this year.

With The World’s A Little Blurry releasing next year, one can hope that the documentary unravels the enigma known as Billie Eilish.

Check out the groovy announcement of The World’s A Little Blurry here:

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