Homecoming- a film by Beyonce’

Famous American pop-singer, Beyonce' released her film on Netflix which celebrates her 2018 Coachella performance and empowers women around the world in the best way possible

On April 17, Netflix premiered Homecoming which is a film about American singer Beyoncé and her performance at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. It is a testament to its star’s work ethic.
It is a transcendent musical triumph, but it’s her speaking voice that is the film’s secret weapon. The film shows how Beyonce’ went through a series of events in her personal and professional life, her twins and difficult pregnancy, and how those events took a turn in her life, and how the Coachella 2018.

Music fans will be overjoyed by this inspiring documentary. Although early moments in Homecoming: A Film by Beyonce feel a bit chaotic, self-important, even grandiose, Beyonce’s singular talent as an interpreter of what’s universally important in life and her contagious charm as a performer quickly unveil a heartfelt and at times moving tribute to everyone who needs just a little nudge toward greatness. Her performance is energetic and all the more admirable in light of information she offers about her difficult pregnancy and delivery only a short time before work on the show began.

Heres the link to the trailer for the film:

The theme is uplifting, designed to boost feminism, black women, black men, and anyone who feels “marginalized.” Beyonce says she personally hired each of her dancers — in all shapes and sizes — and musicians to present a show that supports the work of historically-black colleges and universities. Jay-Z, Destiny’s Child, and Beyonce’s sister Solange all make appearances. Her lyrics are frank and don’t shy away from sexual references or mature language.

And the most exciting aspect for the fans is that, Destiny’s Child will be seen reuniting on stage!


Details of the film:
Cast: Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Solange Knowles, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams
Directors: Beyonce Knowles-Carter, Ed Burke
Releasing on: Netflix
Genre: Documentary
Character Strengths: Perseverance
Run time: 137 minutes

Music Fans, get ready for an emotional roller-coaster ride with the Queen Bee!