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Year: 2018
Original Title: Burn the Stage: The Movie
Length: 86 minutes
Genre: Documentary, Music
Studios: Big Hit Entertainment, Trafalgar Releasing
Distributor: Trafalgar Releasing
Age rating: Parental guidance
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: November 15 2018

United States: November 15 2018


Ranking: 508 out of 15,018 movies (up 124)


9.2 by 12 users


The first documentary film of the South Korean band BTS is coming, inspired by their documentary web series of the same name, in which, for the first time, it will be possible to know the most personal and unknown side of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook. The film is introduced behind the scenes during the BTS Wings Tour to narrate the meteoric rise of the most famous South Korean group in the world. The documentary delves into the preparation of the tour, the concerts, the rehearsals and how each of the seven members of the band live every moment of this worldwide success. Because the film will also tell how BTS has broken down barriers by crossing borders with their success outside of South Korea. First it was Japan, then the whole world. In addition, the film will show the most intimate and personal side of the group, in which there will be statements in which they will reveal how they feel and also their own personal experiences. A unique opportunity to get to know the great revelation band in a more personal way. Hide full plot... Show full plot


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Trivia Burn the Stage: The Movie

It is the first documentary film that is made about South Korean boyband BTS. 'Burn the Stage: The Movie' mostrará la faceta más personal y desconocida de los siete miembros de la banda, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V y Jungkook. The premiere of 'Burn the Stage: The Movie' on November 15 was done simultaneously in several countries of the world. In the United Kingdom were several film franchises that premiered the documentary, such as Odeon, Vue, Hackney or Cineworld.