Taylor Swift uncovers mystery at the end of ‘All Too Well: The Short Film’
Taylor Swift not only bless the fans with the 10 minute version of “All too well,” she brought her words to life with All too good: Short film. Grammy Award Winner sat down at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 11 for a screening and Q&A about the short film. Taylor explains the short’s ending and why we never see a reaction to Dylan O’Brien’s Him in the last moments.
“I don’t want us to see his face as he walks away because I want us to wonder, is he happy? Did he just see if she was okay? Is he coming in? Did he leave because he thought it was time to leave alone well enough? Did I get her through enough? We will always wonder. We’ll never know,” Taylor revealed.
Ten years after the breakup between Ms and Anh, due to Sadie Sink and Dylanthe Teen werewolf alum’s character appeared at a reading session for Sadie’s Her. He is wearing the red scarf she left at his house years ago, and he watches from the outside as she reads an excerpt from her debut novel. Everything is so goodit was about their brief but passionate relationship. Relationship The center of “All Too Well” has long been rumored to be about Taylor’s ex Jake Gyllenhaal.
“The scene ends where he looks out the window, for me that’s where he becomes I think is totally a main character because we can all relate to being outside, a again, sorry,” Taylor explained. The singer went on to say that Dylan was the perfect choice for the role because he “has the strong charisma this character needs to be able to escape all the sunlight.”
Taylor also revealed that there have been hints of Sadie’s Her as a writer. She points out that the moment when Sadie’s Her tells Dylan’s Him that she feels as though she made him up for the short “foreshadows the fact that one day she’s going to write a book and she he will make his character a protagonist in her novel.”
All too good: Short film marks Taylor’s short film directorial debut. She admits that one day she will be ready to direct a feature film. “It would be great to write and direct something, a feature,” she said. “I don’t see it getting bigger in scale. I like to make a movie that is intimate and with a relatively small crew and just a really solid crew that I believe in. ”