Does Miss Americana serve up good messages to young fans?
"It was happiness without anyone else's input."
This intimate documentary follows singer Taylor Swift's high-profile evolution
from a musically gifted child to a world-famous superstar.
There's a lot to like in this candid portrait of Swift, and the movie is filled with important lessons.
Self-worth, body image, political engagement, and hard work are just some of the themes
the film addresses.
"I had deconstruct an entire believe system. Toss it out and reject it."
Swift is thoughtful, kind, courageous, and always respectful of her fans.
And she's seen successfully working through some serious challenges.
"I feel really good about not feeling muzzled anymore."
"And it was my own doing."
As for iffy stuff, there's a bit of swearing, including an F-bomb, S-words, and other insults.
Common Sense says Taylor Swift: Miss Americana is fine for teens 13 and up,
and we give it our Common Sense seal.
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