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Music Video: Beautiful Trauma

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:57

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For Beautiful Trauma By Artist P!nk

Reviews For Beautiful Trauma By Artist P!nk

  • it’s great and bad at the same time

    By pasteeeeel99
    pros: i love the message of this music video, it really shows the "behind the scene" of houses during the 50s period, and how everything is hidden by a curtain. it is realistic in some spots, it has a bright and sunny mood, but the meaning is the complete opposite. smooth choreography and isn’t too edgy. transitions are sometimes repetitive but some are smooth. (my favorite part was when the door of the closet opens and cuts to the mans face.) cons: camera angles are terrible and stiff at many points of the video, especially when they danced. it made the whole thing awkward, maybe that was their intention, but i don’t like it. the transitions from one room to the next, to a different scene, or anything really kind of bugs me. i like that you move with the person who the camera is focused on, but it’s used a lot. now Idk much about this but this is my opinion and I’m too lazy to add more stuff to the lists.
  • 'So What' on drugs

    By RockNRolll4Ever
    Funny, dark humor - P!nk at her best!!!
  • people are missing the message

    By uschappycows
    she’s portraying a married couple from the 1950s. everything her & channing are doing goes against what was considered the “societal norm” for the time period. it’s meant to be upbeat & comical without tons of sense behind it. but it’s also showing how households aren’t picture perfect, and things go on behind closed doors that the rest of us don’t know about. cleverly, it’s also meant to be a spoof of fred astaire & ginger rogers. from what i can tell, it’s beyond clever.
  • Ugh

    By hamiltonfan3447473
    So bad and so cringy
  • ?

    By PhasP
    It’s a video of her doing drugs. That’s just sad.
  • awesome

    By Queen Satan
    i love it
  • Great

    By lucky tuba |-/
    Good choreography, almost a little unsettling.
  • Speechless

    By tjhihs
    What an amazing color schemes, choreographed, satirical romp! P!NK and company make another amazing video. Probably,the best video of the year!! SHOOK BETWEEN THIS AND AMA PERFORMANCE!!!
  • Nice

    By Swagreninja
    Weird, but it’s a good vid.

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