Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions Reviews

February 12, 2021
Does a good job showing her music and songwriting while still showing her growth as a politically minded individual
December 21, 2020
A fitting document of a strange time in history - a moment when even the biggest pop star on Earth holed up and got cozy and insular.
December 4, 2020
Swift shares songs in intimate docu; some language.
December 1, 2020
This is a sweet and soothing kickback for what is, for many out there, an otherwise lonely and isolating holiday season.
December 1, 2020
Having her beam into your home in such an engaging, illuminating and seemingly unfiltered way seems like the perfect end-of-a-difficult-year gift for Swifties everywhere.
November 30, 2020
As a balm, a reassuring presence, it won't exactly change the world, but it'll certainly make what we're living through right now a little lighter.
November 29, 2020
The lighting, setting and vibe are all as warm and comfy as, well, a cardigan.
November 29, 2020
Taylor Swift directs as well as stars here, and it's more evidence that she can be a filmmaker if she wants to be.
November 29, 2020
The often exquisite music is interspersed with alfresco chats with her co-writers and performers Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner at Dessner's telegenic studio in upstate New York.
November 27, 2020
With this film, she just does the two things she does best: making excellent music, and giving people a new reason to talk about Taylor Swift. But at least she's made sure that this time we're talking about her for all the right reasons.
November 27, 2020
What it lacks in technical seamlessness - filmed with a robotic camera, equipment appears in the frame at multiple points - it makes up for in musical adroitness and a coziness that's very welcome as the season turns.
November 26, 2020
Balm for the soul.
November 25, 2020
Through cosy conversations round the fire pit, the image presented is of both an artist at ease and - with little to prove - at the peak of her power.