The wait is over. Taylor Swift finally released the short film “All Too Well: The Short Film”, a new version of the album Red (Taylor’s Version). It is a film that would shed more light on what was his romance and break with Hollywood star Jake Gyllenhaall.
The 14-minute and 55-second long clip begins by quoting a famous fragment from Pablo Neruda’s Poem 20, with the phrase “Love is so short and oblivion is so long”.
The short film, which stars actress Sadie Sink (Stranger Things) and Dylan O’Brien (Teen Wolf), tells the actors’ failed love story due to the difference in age, she 19 years old and he 30, a A reflection of what happened then between Swift and Gyllenhaal, who were 20 and 29 years old when they were romantically involved.
A new verse in the song would explain why the actor who plays Mysterio in ‘Spiderman: No way Home’ put an end to their romance that began in October 2010 and lasted just a few months. “You said that if we had been closer in age, it might have turned out well. And it made me want to die”, Is heard in a part of the record material.
Another scene shows a breaking point between the protagonists when they were having dinner with some friends. Sink is saddened by the inattention shown by his partner when she tries to hold his hand and he rejects her. Although they fix the situation, he decides to leave her shortly before her 21st birthday.
In less than 24 hours, audiovisual material is already a trend on social networks and on YouTube it has already exceeded 14 million views.