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BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Mental health on view in fast-paced BTS docuseries.

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I believe that kids should should be Able to watch this showing that what people famous people go through and show what is the reality behind music stars.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (4 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Their vulnerability and sincerity bared for their fans, this docuseries peels back another layer of what makes BTS one of the most popular groups in the history of music. BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star tracks the hard-working idols as they hit milestones, but unlike other pop idol docuseries, this one shows their breaking points, and what they do to support each other through difficult times.

Fans of BTS will get the most out of this fast-paced series that jumps from moment to moment like a strobe light. As a historical piece, it show documents the pressure that consumes musicians straining from the weight of expectation borne out of outsized admiration.

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